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Remote Hearings In Family Proceedings: case law update by Charlotte Ash

11th May 2020

Charlotte Ash  has a range of experience in relation to both private and public law family matters including child arrangement disputes, financial remedy proceedings, care proceedings and disputes under the Family Law Act. “Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless” – Thomas Edison. I do not think however Mr…

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Remote Hearings In Family Proceedings: case law update by Charlotte Ash
 

Rawdon Crozier with his case update

11th May 2020

£3,000,000 Claim in Fraud & Deceit Struck Out A claim in which damages were expressed to be "limited to £3m" has been struck out as having no prospect of success by HH Judge Cotter QC the Designated Civil Judge for Bristol in a remote hearing. Rawdon Crozier represented the First Defendant. The Claimants were represented by Leading and Junior Counsel. The cla…

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Rawdon Crozier with his case update
 

Surviving Covid-19; The Effect of Coronavirus on the Civil Courts by Grace Gwynne

6th May 2020

Surviving Covid-19; The Effect of Coronavirus on the Civil Courts Grace Gwynne is a 2nd six pupil at KBG Chambers and has been on her feet for just over 1 month. Grace is availble for any MOJ hearings, Small Claims and applications in all area of Civil Law. The current unprecedented challenge of Covid-19 has changed almost every part of daily life. Notwithstanding the current restrictions, t…

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Surviving Covid-19; The Effect of Coronavirus on the Civil Courts by Grace Gwynne
 

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