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High Court: Retirement of The Honourable Sir (George) Anthony Mann

The Honourable Sir (George) Anthony Mann retires from his salaried role as a Judge of the High Court (Chancery Division) with effect from 22 May 2021. He will, however, continue to sit as a Judge of the High Court in the Chancery Division from time to time.

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Sir Anthony Mann (70) was called to the Bar (L) in 1974, took Silk in 1992 and was elected a Bencher in 2002. He was appointed a Deputy Bankruptcy Registrar of the High Court in 1991, authorised to sit as a Deputy High Court Judge in 2000 and appointed a Recorder in 2002. He was appointed a High Court Judge (Chancery Division) in 2004 and is authorised to sit in the Patents Court. He was appointed a Chairman of the Competition Appeal Tribunal in 2004 and authorised to sit as a Judge of the Financial List in 2017.

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