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23 March 2021

Business and Property Courts in Newcastle: Practice Court Scheme

Starting on 9 April 2021, and subject to judicial availability, a Judge will be available for one hour on most  Fridays from 10 to 11am  to assist with resolving practice issues arising in relation to cases in the Business and Property Courts (i.e. the Business and Property Work in the High Court and County Court; the Circuit Commercial Court; and the Technology and Construction Court). The scheme will run as a pilot until 30 July 2021 to see whether it proves worthwhile. A list of the dates upon which the scheme will operate is in the appendix to this notice.

 

22 February 2021

Register for the latest Newcastle BP&C Forum Event

Please join us at 5.15pm on Monday 19 April 2021 for a talk by Douglas Campbell QC on Intellectual Property: Your Rights and How to Protect Them – the Basics

Please book your place on Eventbrite by visiting the website.

15 May 2020

Register for the latest Newcastle BP&C Forum Event

Please join us at 5pm on Monday 15 June 2020 for a talk by David Reade QC on “Blue Pencils, Legitimate Interests & Restraint of Trade.”

Please book your place on Eventbrite by visiting the website.

 16 September 2019

Book your place on the Newcastle Business & Property Courts Forum

25 May 2018

Newcastle Business and Property Courts Forum

Following the launch of the Business and Property Courts in Newcastle, His Honour Judge Kramer would like to set up a Forum which meets regularly to discuss legal topics of interest to the professional community, including accountants, surveyors, engineers, architects, lawyers as well as the business community. It is intended to draw speakers from both professional and commercial life and from academia.

1 March 2018

The inauguration of the Business and Property Courts in Newcastle will take place at Northumbria University, in Newcastle, on 1 March 2018 at 5:30pm in the Sutherland Building, in the presence of The Chancellor of the High Court, the Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Vos, and other members of the senior judiciary.