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Brexit: FRAND, pharmaceuticals & intellectual property

Tuesday 1st November 2016 at the Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL 

6.00pm – 7.30pm with drinks to follow

Please come and join a panel of Members of Chambers and distinguished speakers to discuss the impact of Brexit on FRAND, pharmaceuticals & intellectual property. 109 more words


Saying “Good Job” Just Got Easier – Tipping Now Enabled on SweepSouth

Know the feeling that you get when someone has gone over and above to give you great service, completely exceeded your expectations, and you’re in no way able to adequately show just how impressed you are? 167 more words


Monash University in building expansion

With Monash University designed for five and a half thousand students, the current number lies just below four thousand. From the end of the year to the approaching of 2017 Monash University , South Africa ” immediate planning is not to add new buildings, but intend to bring some change to in buildings”. 112 more words

Brexit: Jurisdiction, Enforcement and Conflict of Laws: A case of “Fog in Channel, Continent cut off?”

On Monday 17th October, Brick Court Chambers hosted the second in its series of panel discussions on the legal implications of Brexit. The event was chaired by Helen Davies QC. 561 more words


Storm brewing over the Mona Vale Place Plan

The Pittwater community are angry and dismayed over the Mona Vale Place Plan. After working intensely for a year or so on workshops aimed at developing Mona Vale as a Place everyone would like to visit, via Placemaking techniques, the community has been presented a plan from the new Northern Beaches Council which; 603 more words

Pittwater Forever

Five members of Brick Court instructed in landmark Article 50 case

Five members of Chambers have been instructed in the landmark constitutional case R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. The case arises out of the Prime Minister’s announcement that the government will give notification to leave the EU without seeking the consent of Parliament. 177 more words


Performance dashboard

One of the things we have been focused on over the past couple of sprints is building a public performance dashboard, providing insight into the way our website is used and how it’s performing. 183 more words