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Religious Order Transaction

23rd August, 2017

Ed Morgan advises an international religious order in connection with €35m transaction.  Having provided detailed advice for circulation to both domestic and overseas lawyers, he will shortly proceed to Rome to deal with the canon law aspects of the transaction. 

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Ian Denham secures Fundamental Dishonesty finding in Holiday Sickness claim

11th August, 2017

Ian Denham was instructed by BLM to represent Thomas Cook in a one day trial in the County Court at Worcester, before District Judge Khan.

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Supreme Court: Employment Tribunal Fees are Unlawful

26th July, 2017

By Tom Gilbart

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Ben Morris instructed in landmark case for the insurance industry

26th July, 2017

Ruling in Dickson v NFU Mutual Insurance Services

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"More Than a Fondness for Biscuits" - The Five Qualities of a Successful Mediator

18th July, 2017

I am regularly asked to recommend mediators for business, property and inheritance disputes.

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9 St John Street Golf Day

18th July, 2017

  

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Travel & International Personal Injury Law Conference 2017

26th June, 2017

On 15 June 2017, members of the Travel team gave a series of presentations at the Radisson Edwardian in Manchester.

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Mike Lemmy and Matthew Snarr provide a seminar to Slater and Gordon (Manchester Office)

23rd June, 2017

Mike Lemmy and Matthew Snarr provide a seminar to Slater and Gordon (Manchester Office) on 22.6.17 considering the implications of the discount rate for large loss personal injury claims and its effect on accommodation claims in the wake of JR v Sheffield Teaching Hospitals [2017] EWHC 1245 (QB). 

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Nine St John Street are sponsoring and exhibiting at AvMA's Annual Clinical Negligence conference

23rd June, 2017

Nine St John Street are sponsoring and exhibiting at AvMA's Annual Clinical Negligence conference held this Friday and Saturday, the 23rd and 24th June, at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

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Youth Social Action Fund supported by Auto Trader and 9 St. John Street Barristers Chambers

2nd June, 2017

The Youth Social Action Fund was established to raise the quality and increase youth social action and increase the percentage of young people volunteering, fundraising and campaigning.  The fund, part of the #iwill campaign from the department for Culture, Media and Sport with the Big Lottery hopes to increase significantly participation from young people; to encourage and facilitate them to make a difference.

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