9 Stone Buildings|
provides a first class service to its domestic and overseas clientele on all aspects of the law relating to land and property, private client, companies, personal and corporate insolvency, finance, business and commerce.
We are pleased that 9SB are ranked as a Leading Set in Traditional Chancery by Chambers UK Guide to The Bar 2012 Edition:
"... on the strength of its record and reputation for success in key traditional chancery areas such as real property, private client and personal insolvency law. Despite being one of the smaller chancery sets, it is a strong contender in the field due to the strength and expertise of its members."
The Legal 500 & Chambers and Partners|
9 Stone Buildings has received recommendations of leading chambers and/or practitioners in the following areas:-
- Traditional Chancery (Chambers and Partners 2014 Edition)
- Real Estate Litigation (Chambers and Partners 2014 Edition)
- Agriculture and Rural Affairs (Chambers and Partners 2014 Edition)
- Restructuring/Insolvency (Chambers and Partners 2014 Edition)
- Private Client: Trusts and Probate (The Legal 500, 2013 Edition)
- Property Litigation (including Agriculture and Housing) (The Legal 500, 2013 Edition)
- Insolvency (The Legal 500, 2013 Edition)
Many members of Chambers are recognised as leading practitioners in
their fields. 9 Stone Buildings possesses the necessary ingredients of expertise and
commitment to provide a service as good as any at the Bar.
Chambers are delighted to welcome Louis Doyle and Professor Andrew Keay as Door Tenants to Chambers from 1 March 2014. Louis and Andrew practice in the areas of Insolvency, Company and Commercial Litigation and add significantly to 9SB in these areas both in UK and international jurisdictions. Their move to 9SB reflects expansion of their practice into London.
Chambers are delighted to announce that Giselle McGowan has accepted an invitation to join as the Junior Tenant, effective from 16 September 2013.
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In Re Harvest Finance Limited  BPIR 1020, Rory Brown appeared for the liquidators in the Chancery Division of the High Court in their application against solicitors and their firm for disclosure of privileged documents. The Court, after considering the authorities and ordering disclosure, set out the appropriate test to be adopted where liquidators seek disclosure of confidential documents in the context of a large-scale, international fraud investigation.
In the Court of Appeal, Rory Brown represented the appellant in his appeal against a decision of a High Court Judge to determine an application to set aside a Civil Restraint Order without affording the applicant an oral hearing. The Court of Appeal held that it was not open to the Judge to determine the aforesaid application on paper and that his decision was void for unfairness (Deeds v Various Respondents A3/2013/1139).
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