Gough Square recognised as the leading consumer law set

01 November

Both Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 have ranked Gough Square Chambers as the only Band 1 set for Consumer Law. The Legal 500 said Gough Square Chambers is: ‘top of the tree for consumer work’ with a set ‘full of genuine experts and specialists’ who are ‘user friendly and commercially aware’. Chambers is also ranked in […]

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Administrative Court rules that SIPP operator owed extensive duty of due dilligence

01 November

The Administrative Court handed down judgment in R (Berkeley Burke SIPP Administration Ltd) v Financial Ombudsman Service on 30 October 2018, dismissing the judicial review challenge. The claimant sought to challenge a decision of the FOS in relation to an overseas investment held in a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) wrapper. The disputed FOS determination concluded […]

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