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The Family Group Newsletter Summer 2017

Date: Thursday 20th July 2017 | Category: General News

The Family Group Newsletter Summer 2017 Read more...

Tony Watkin represented the successful Respondent in Matalia v Warwickshire County Council

Date: Wednesday 19th July 2017 | Category: General News

Tony Watkin represented the successful Respondent in Matalia v Warwickshire County Council Read more...

Solicitors Journal, Elizabeth Isaacs QC

Date: Thursday 13th July 2017 | Category: General News

In the current edition of the Solicitors Journal Read more...

Thomas Telford School ‘Law Activity Day’

Date: Monday 10th July 2017 | Category: General News

Feedback from Katharina Tozer from Thomas Telford School on their ‘Law Activity Day’ Read more...

Elizabeth Isaacs QC has published an article in the June edition of the Family Law Journal - 'Adoption: time for a change?

Date: Friday 30th June 2017 | Category: General News

In the June edition of Family Law Journal, Elizabeth Isaacs QC has written ‘Adoption: time for a change?’ which highlights the prioritisation of resources for adoption against those for preventative services and the need for a wholesale review. To read the article in full click here. Read more...

'No handrail, no relevant defect' is an article by Jane Talbot which references the Defective Premises Act 1972

Date: Thursday 29th June 2017 | Category: General News

Housing Update: No handrail, no relevant defect In a recently published article Jane Talbot discussed the recent case where The Court of Appeal has held that the freeholder of a building was not liable under the Defective Premises Act 1972 s4 where a man had fallen down a steep staircase with no handrail. The lack of handrail did not amount to a relevant defect pursuant to s4(3). To read the full article click here. Read more...

Child Care Conference 2017: Guest speakers confirmed

Date: Wednesday 28th June 2017 | Category: General News

Guest speakers confirmed. Read more...

Nicholas Towers has been appointed as a ‘Member of the Panel of Chairmen of the Valuation Tribunal for England’.

Date: Friday 16th June 2017 | Category: General News

Nicholas Towers has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor as a ‘Member of the Panel of Chairmen of the Valuation Tribunal for England’. Mr Towers (Year of Call 2011), a Barrister at St Ives Chamber in Birmingham, specialises in Chancery, Commercial and Housing law. The appointment to the panel will involve hearing appeals on council tax liability, council tax bands and non-domestic rates decisions. “I am delighted to be appointed to the Panel,” explained Mr Towers, “The Judicial Appointments Commission process was hard work, so being appointed as a Chairman was a very pleasant outcome. I’m looking forward to beginning my appointment which will continue alongside my role as a Barrister within St Ives Chambers.” Mr Towers will take up the appointment immediately. Read more...

Jane Talbot (Barrister) publishes article on the interplay between housing and domestic abuse

Date: Monday 12th June 2017 | Category: General News

In the June 2017 edition of Resolution magazine, Jane Talbot (Barrister) outlines the interplay between housing and domestic abuse. The article examines how social landlords can advise people who are suffering domestic abuse and what appropriate tenancy action to take, on what evidence and how to avoid challenges. For the complete magazine visit www.resolve-asb.org.uk. To read the article in full – click here http://www.stiveschambers.co.uk/pdfs/Jane_Talbot_article_June_2017.docx.pdf Read more...

Karamjit Singh recently appeared before the National Anti-Doping Panel in the case of UK Anti-Doping v Chinu Sandhu [2017].

Date: Saturday 3rd June 2017 | Category: General News

Karamjit Singh recently appeared before the National Anti-Doping Panel in the case of UK Anti-Doping v Chinu Sandhu [2017]. Read more...

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