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Jonathan Cohen QC and Ashley Cukier in Court of Appeal victory over sale of Gauguin masterpiece
Added: 14.05.2019   |  Tags:  News  Cases  Commercial Law
The Court of Appeal today handed down its judgment in Staechelin & Ors v ACLBDD Holdings Limited & Ors [2019] EWCA Civ [XXX], upholding the decision of Morgan J at first instance. Jonathan Cohen QC and Ashley Cukier represented the successful Respondent de Pury & de Pury LLP, whose entitlement to a $10 million commission in respect of the sale of a Gauguin painting, Nafea faa ipoipo (“When will yo
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Numerous members of Littleton Chambers have been recognised for their excellent work in Who’s Who UK Bar 2019 Report:
Added: 13.05.2019   |  Tags:  News
Numerous members of Littleton Chambers have been recognised for their excellent work in Who’s Who UK Bar 2019 Report:
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The Success of Ottawa and Cambridge Teams at the Vis Moot in Vienna: April 2019
Added: 07.05.2019   |  Tags:  News
Members of Littleton Chambers coached two teams for the Vis Moot in Vienna. Anthony Daimsis coached the Ottawa Team and David Hacking the Cambridge Team having for the last nine years also coached the Middle Temple Team.
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Court of Arbitration for Sport’s Award on IAAF’s Differences of Sex Development Regulations
Added: 02.05.2019   |  Tags:  News  Comments  Cases  Sports Law  Arbitration
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (the “CAS”) has ruled against the South African 800-metre Olympic champion, Caster Semeya, in her and her national federation’s , the Athletics South Africa (“ASA”), challenge against the International Association of Athletic Federations (“IAAF”)’s Eligibility Regulations for Female Classification (Athletes with Difference of Sex Development (the “DSD Regulations
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Lucy Bone acted for Nathalie Abildgaard, in claim of sexual harassment and victimisation against IFM
Added: 17.04.2019   |  Tags:  News  On Employment
The widely publicised sexual harassment and victimisation claim brought by Nathalie Abildgaard against IFM UK has settled. The evidence was heard by the Central London employment tribunal over 8 days in January and the parties had exchanged written submissions.
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