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News & Events: Alternative Dispute Resolution

News 27th September 2021

Mark Dubbery, Heather Platt and Paul Mertens appointed Deputy District Judges

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Mark Dubbery, Heather Platt and Paul Mertens have been appointed as Deputy District Judges, on the advice of the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales. Heather and Paul have been appointed to sit on the South Eastern Circuit, with Mark sitting on […]

News 5th August 2021

Pump Court increases Arbitration team

Pump Court Chambers Family Team are delighted to announce growth in our Arbitration offering with Imogen Robins and Oliver Peirson having successfully qualified as IFLA Financial Arbitrators, alongside Caroline Hartley who has qualified as a IFLA Children’s Arbitrator. All have been admitted as members of the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA) and join our already experienced ADR team. A bespoke, time efficient […]

Past Events
7th Oct 2021, 13:00 to 17:00

Inheritance, Wills & Probate Seminar – Winchester 2021

Pump Court Chambers Inheritance, Wills and Probate team and Solicitors for the Elderly South Central are pleased to invite you to our annual Inheritance Law Seminar, providing a valuable and in-depth update seminar for all practitioners during the afternoon sessions. Our barristers will review notable recent decisions and provide practical analysis and advice designed to […]

Webinar Archive 9th June 2021

Arbitration For The Uninitiated – Is it Right For You And Your Clients?

Imogen Robins supports arbitration wholeheartedly. She has acted for clients in financial arbitration. This talk will look at recent developments in case law, in particular, Haley v Haley [2020] EWCA Civ 1369, [2021] 2WLR 357. It is intended to demystify the process and give those new to this area a toolkit, to ensure they are confident when […]

Past Events
9th Jun 2021, 12:30 to 13:15
Imogen Robins

Arbitration For The Uninitiated – Is it Right For You And Your Clients?

Imogen Robins supports arbitration wholeheartedly. She has acted for clients in financial arbitration. This talk will look at recent developments in case law, in particular, Haley v Haley [2020] EWCA Civ 1369, [2021] 2WLR 357. It is intended to demystify the process and give those new to this area a toolkit, to ensure they are confident when […]

News 24th March 2021

Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN recognised in Africa’s 30 Arbitration Powerlist

Pump Court Chambers is delighted to announce that Head of Chambers, Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN has been recognised in the inaugural edition of the Africa’s 30 Arbitration Powerlist. This prestigious recognition is a new initiative of the Africa Arbitration Academy, Africa Arbitration and the Association of Young Arbitrators (AYA) – established to celebrate the achievements of leading arbitration […]

Past Events
23rd Mar 2021, 16:30 to 17:30
Jennifer Lee

Sudden Incapacity: Legal implications under the prevalence of Covid

We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Lee of Pump Court Chambers will be speaking at the Thoughtleaders4 event, ‘Sudden Incapacity: Legal implications under the prevalence of Covid‘, on 23 March 2021 at 4.30 pm. Join us for an informative and timely discussion around issues of incapacity whilst determining the best interests of patients in […]

News 27th January 2021

Hot Topics in Family Law in Africa Virtual Conference

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to announce that Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN will be speaking at the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) forthcoming Hot Topics in Family Law in Africa virtual conference on Friday 5th February 2021. Mr Nsugbe QC will be part of a panel discussing ‘Resolving family law disputes: litigation, arbitration, mediation and other […]

Webinar Archive 18th May 2020

Lockdown Frustration The Impact of COVID-19 on Contractual Frustration and Force Majeure

This webinar will address the impact of the pandemic and consequent lockdown upon contractual obligations. It will look at the doctrine of frustration and address force majeure with a view to how the Courts of England and Wales will deal with the legal backlash that will inevitably take place as the UK and the rest […]

Blog 21st April 2020
Helen Brander

IFLA Children Scheme: Binding decisions with minimal delay

Following the successful launch and running of the financial remedy and property arbitration scheme set up by Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA)[1] in February 2012, in July 2016 IFLA commenced the Children Scheme.  Its aim is to provide parties with an alternative to Court, and is particularly useful when a dispute has reached the […]

Blog 15th April 2020
Andrew Grime: BC/PC: Parental Alienation Update

Remote Mediation and the COVID-19 pandemic

With the pandemic crisis showing little sign of abating and HM Government’s lockdown measures taking effect, the traditional system of Civil and Family Justice in England and Wales, by means of Court or Tribunal based litigation, has significantly slowed. In their most recent ‘Message to Circuit and District Judges in Civil and Family’, dated 9th […]

Blog 14th April 2020

ADR – Compromise in COVID-19 lockdown

  With the courts shutting their doors to the majority of litigants following the outbreak of Coronavirus, now more than ever parties and their lawyers are turning their minds to alternative dispute resolution (ADR). From virtual mediations to remote ENEs and arbitrations, there are plenty of forms of ADR which can be conducted effectively during […]

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