Two Members of Falcon Chambers to be appointed Queen’s Counsel
Falcon Chambers are delighted to announce that Catherine Taskis and Oliver Radley-Gardner are to be appointed Queen's Counsel.
Catherine was called to the bar in 1995.
Catherine is a property litigation specialist, practicing in all aspects of commercial and residential property law, with a particular emphasis on agriculture. She is described as “extremely good”; knowledgeable, focused and “particularly adept at forensic cross examination.” She is a compelling advocate, “able to see both legal and tactical sides of cases”, and has appeared in courts at all levels, both at first instance and on appeal. She also regularly represents clients in the various property tribunals, at arbitration and in mediation.
She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and sits as a Deputy District Judge in the county court: a valuable insight into litigation from another angle.
View Catherine's full profile here: Catherine Taskis | Falcon Chambers (falcon-chambers.com)
Oliver was called to the bar in 2003.
Oliver practises in all aspects of real estate litigation. He is recommended in Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal for real estate, telecommunications and agriculture & rural affairs.
He has a particular specialism in litigation under the Electronic Communications Code, advising and acting for operators in relation to electronic communications apparatus and infrastructure. He has appeared in several cases under the code, including CTIL v University of London (access rights; interim rights) and CTIL v Keast (nature of “apparatus”, notices, definition of “operators”).
View Oliver's full profile here: Oliver Radley-Gardner | Falcon Chambers (falcon-chambers.com)
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