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New case on section 32 of the Limitation Act and unfair relationships

31 March

Summary On 20th March 2020, Jay J. handed-down his decision in Canada Square Operations Ltd v Potter [2020] EWHC 672 (QB). He dismissed the lender’s appeal against a finding that s. 32 of the Limitation Act 1980 (“LA”) applied to an unfair relationship (“UR”) claim brought under s. 140A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 […]


March’s PLC Column: Covid-19

30 March

In the March 2020 column, Thomas Samuels highlights the key considerations for consumer credit lenders over the coming months arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The column can be read here: Covid-19


New Article on Covid-19 scams and how to tackle them

26 March

In a new and timely article, Cameron Crowe and Sabrina Goodchild consider the scams which are emerging in relation to the ongoing pandemic and provide practical advice on how these scams could be tackled. The article can be read here: Covid-19 Scams



30 March

As always, Chambers remains committed to providing our clients with an exceptional service. However, as a result of the current situation we have decided to close Chambers’ building. We have taken this decision to protect our employees, members and clients and to comply with the latest government guidance. Work, of course, continues unabated; barristers and […]