News & Judgments

New Podcast Episode: What is, or is not, a SLAPP? with Clare Dixon KC and Ben Smiley

We are pleased to announce the release of our latest podcast episode,…

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The Legal 500 Bar Awards 2024 – 22 nominations for 4 New Square Chambers

We are delighted to announce that 4 New Square Chambers has been…

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Andrey Adamovsky et al v Andrey Malitskity et al

Justin Fenwick QC and George Spalton in Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Court of Appeal) BVI appeals on anti-enforcement injunction and pre-judgment interest: Adamovsky and Stockman Interhold SA v Andriy Malitskiy and Igor Filipenko [2017]…

New Court of Appeal Ruling on Extensions of Time

Carillion Construction Limited v (1) Woods Bagot Europe Limited (2) AECOM Limited (3) EMCOR Engineering Services Limited (4) EMCOR (UK) Limited  In another significant ruling for…

Important Decision Considering the Doctrine of Res Judicata

Ackerman v Thornhill is an important decision considering the doctrine of res judicata, particularly in the context of attempts to set aside judgments or settlements on…

Challenge to Export of Arms to Saudi Arabia

Today marks the start of the Administrative Court hearing in R (Campaign Against Arms Trade) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation, and Skills, a significant judicial review…

Denning v Greenhalgh Financial Services

In a significant decision on the responsibilities of Independent Financial Advisers, Mr Justice Green struck out a claim alleging that the defendant IFA firm had failed…

R (Ferreira) v HM Coroner for Inner South London

The Court of Appeal has considered the question of whether a person sedated for clinical treatment in an intensive care unit is deprived of liberty for…

Court of Appeal rules on proper test for enforcing letters of credit

The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in NIDCO v Banco Santander. NIDCO had sought enforcement by way of summary judgment of four letters…

Supreme Court rules on triggering of Article 50

The Supreme Court has today handed down its judgment in R(Miller & others) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2017] UKSC 5, upholding the…

Judgment rendered in Micula v Romania enforcement proceedings ([2017] EWHC 31 (Comm))

In a case of “exceptional nature”, the High Court has refused Romania’s application, supported by the European Commission, to set aside the High Court’s Order of…

Channon v. Ward [2017] EWCA Civ 13

The Court of Appeal held that a broker who had failed to place PI insurance for an accountant had caused no loss since insurers would not…



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Four Fundamentals of Limitation Periods in Contract and Tort Claims

By Carl Troman, Barrister and Mediator at 4 New Square Four key points…

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Stay of proceedings before serving a claim form

What should claimants do when limitation is about to expire? Noting…

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Why are there so many cases against lawyers for contempt of court?

There has been a spate of cases in the past couple of…

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