The First 100 Years – Women in Law10 June 2019The First 100 Years The First 100 Years is a ground-breaking history project, supported by the Law Society, the Bar Council and CILEx, charting the journey of women in law since 1919. The project aims to ensure a strong and equal future for all women in the legal profession by raising awareness about their history […]
Lindsay Lane and Mark Chacksfield appointed Queens Counsel10 January 2019Chambers would like to congratulate Lindsay Lane and Mark Chacksfield on their recent appointment as Queens Counsel.
Warner Lambert Company LLC v Generics (UK) Ltd. t/a Mylan and Another  UKSC 5614 November 2018Adrian Speck QC, alongside Pushpinder Saini QC of Blackstone Chambers and Kathryn Pickard of 11 South Square, appeared for the Respondents in Warner-Lambert’s appeal to the Supreme Court regarding their Swiss-form patent for the drug pregabalin. The appeal raised important questions concerning the role of plausibility in the test for insufficiency and the determination of […]
Opinion of the Advocate General in Teva v Gilead SPC case25 April 2018On 25 April 2018, Advocate General Wathelet gave his opinion in Teva and others v Gilead Case C-121/17, referred to the CJEU by Arnold J last year. This important case, in which the CJEU sat, unusually, in a Grand Chamber, considered again the interpretation of Article 3(a) of the Supplementary Protection Certificate Regulation and the […]
Nicholas Martin v Julia Kogan  EWHC 2927 (IPEC) and  EWHC 3266 (IPEC)4 December 2017In this case Ashton Chantrielle, led by Simon Malynicz QC of 3 New Square, appeared for Ms Kogan, the Defendant/ Part 20 Claimant, and Jonathan Hill appeared for the film company Part 20 Defendants. Mr Nicholas Martin sought a declaration that he was the sole author of the screenplay for the film ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ […]