Business and Property e-Bulletin – April 2022

April 1, 2022

Keeping you up-to-date with the latest legal updates, insights and guidance from the Business and Property team at Exchange Chambers.

In this edition:

Lisa Linklater KC’s Road to Silk
Lisa Linklater KC was formally appointed King’s Counsel on 21st March 2022. In this interview, originally published by Leeds & Yorkshire Lawyer, Lisa discusses her career to date and how she plans to progress her practice in Silk. 

Negligence or Nuisance?
Property specialist William Hanbury and pupil Jack Scott assess the implications flowing from the recent High Court case of Surer v Driver 2021] EWHC 3595 (TCC).

Creditor v creditor on challenging proofs of debt (Re Farrar Construction Ltd; Levi Solicitors LLP v Wilson)
In this article originally published by LexisNexis, Amie Boothman provides a case analysis of Farrar Construction Ltd; Levi Solicitors LLP v Wilson [2022] EWHC 24 (Ch).

Exchange’s Business and Property Department plans for future success
Exchange Chambers’ Business & Property department is targeting further growth & expansion after reaching a number of key milestones over the last 12 months. Read more about the team’s plans for future success.

Byers v Saudi National Bank [2022] EWCA Civ 43
Amie Boothman comments on the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Byers v Saudi National Bank [2022] EWCA Civ 43, which reaffirms that claims, in knowing receipt, will not succeed without a continued proprietary interest in the property. 

Stephen Connolly acts on behalf of successful Claimant in multi-million pound partnership
Stephen Connolly, instructed by Daniel Stern of Slater Heelis LLP, acted for the successful Claimant in partnership proceedings conducted over 10 days in the Business & Property Courts in Manchester.

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