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  • GS

    The once vibrant Victoria Pier at Colwyn Bay has seen better days and sadly is now extremely close to falling down. However, the destiny of the beleaguered Pier is now rather clearer in the light of yesterday's important decision of the High Court in Hunt v Within...

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  • SRD

    We are pleased to announce Simon Dawes is our new Head of Chambers.  He follows in the footsteps of Simon Gorton QC to commence a three-year term. Sincere thanks are expressed to Simon Gorton QC for his support and leadership over the last three years.

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  • JWC

    It is difficult to argue that the introduction of a fee-paying Employment Tribunal system on 29th July 2013, brought about by The Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 [SI 2013/1893], have not had a seismic effect on workers and l...

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  • JV

    There are few specific provisions in the CPR dealing with non-English speaking parties and witnesses.  This is surprising considering the regularity with which non-English speakers give evidence and there is a lack of consistency in the formalities that solic...

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  • OC

    The new costs provisions appear to have caused more confusion than the Rules Committee intended. With insufficient guidance and clarity within the CPR, it has been left to the District Judges to interpret them with differing results.   Click here to read mor...

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  • Reception

    Atlantic Chambers has once again underlined its reputation for excellence across a range of disciplines with many of its set named in the 2015 list. "Atlantic Chambers is a prominent name in the North West and beyond, and 'the high calibre of its counsel' is a p...

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