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Firm that missed email and released funds given all-clear by High Court

15th April 2020

Proceedings against a law firm which overlooked instructions sent to its ‘contact us’ email address and subsequently...

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The Lockdown and Holiday Lets

14th April 2020

By Piers Harrison Intro There will have been many cottages lying empty over the Easter period. Many of them will have been...

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Jonathan Upton successful in High Court appeal on the right to enfranchise under the 1967 Act

14th April 2020

In Freehold Properties 250 Ltd v Field and others [2020] EWHC 792 (Ch) (Marcus Smith J) the court considered: (i) whether a...

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Does CRAR mean the right to forfeiture is waived? Commercial landlords should carefully consider their options…

9th April 2020

Case commentary: Brar v Thirunavukkrasu [2019] EWCA Civ 2032 The procedure by which a landlord may recover arrears of...

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John Buck successfully appeared for the Metropolitan Police Commissioner in the Court of Appeal

3rd April 2020

John Buck appeared for the Metropolitan Police Commissioner in the Court of Appeal successfully resisting an appeal by...

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Coronavirus – Implications for Real Estate Litigation

30th March 2020

This briefing document aims to provide an overview of the impact of the Coronavirus Act on real estate litigation; in...

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Tim Polli QC Appears in the Court of Appeal Remotely

26th March 2020

On Tuesday 24 March 2020, the Court of Appeal heard Mrs Dhillon’s appeal against the Order of HHJ Pelling QC in Dhillon v...

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Revolution – Court without the Courtroom: how Tanfield’s private client barristers are adjusting to COVID19

24th March 2020

Remote hearings will be the default position for the foreseeable future and our Private Client barristers are ready and able...

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Private FDRs at Tanfield Chambers

24th March 2020

On Friday 20th March 2020 guidance was sent to all London FRC Judges regarding the conduct of proceedings during the current...

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A Long-Winded Account – Goyal v Florence Care Ltd

20th March 2020

What to do in a lock-down but write about one’s latest case? Fortunately, the decision of Morgan J in Goyal v Florence Care...

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Philip Rainey QC and Carl Fain successful in important Collective Enfranchisement case

13th March 2020

Philip Rainey QC and Carl Fain acted for the successful Respondent in LM Homes Ltd & Oths v Queen Court Freehold Company...

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Our pupillage applications are now open for 2021

10th January 2020

12-month pupillage for 2021/22 The guidance notes, selection criteria and selection process links below are available to...

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