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FRANCIS TAYLOR BUILDING, INNER TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 7BY, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7353 8415
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Fax 020 7353 7622
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402 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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www.ftbchambers.co.uk
Francis Taylor Building, Jeremy Phillips, London, ENGLAND

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Jeremy Phillips

Tel:
Work 020 7353 8415
Email:
Francis Taylor Building (Francis Taylor Building)

Position

Jeremy Phillips’ practice reflects the unusual breadth of his experience. Following a highly successful career as a solicitor (qualified 1980), he transferred to the Bar in 2004 and is now a member of the Bar Council, sitting also on its Ethics Committee. In practice he has maintained his leading reputation in alcohol, entertainment and gaming licensing law as well as busy practices in the fields of planning, environment, judicial review, regulatory law and mediation. Jeremy’s broad range of cases include important decisions in each of his principal fields in proceedings throughout England and Wales, including: Crawley BC v Attenborough [2006] EWHC 1278 admin – entitlement of justices to order licensing authority to pay costs on appeal; Gambling Commission v Powerhouse Sporting Club – representing Commission opposing application by former ‘Gutshot’ club to offer poker tournaments (2008); HSE v KD Childs & Persimmon Homes – representing HSE at inquest arising from the application of certain building systems (2008); HSE v Citytex – Newton hearing into causes of substantial building collapse (2009); Leeds City Council (footpaths modification order) – opposing the making of an order on behalf of Network Rail (2009); Greensquare Residents Association v Higgins Homes Plc & ors – TVG Inquiry on behalf of residents association [LLC/MM/004/2008] (2010); Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire v JD Wetherspoon (2007); Tesco Express (2009) Waitrose (2010) All Saints Ltd (2010) – objecting on behalf of the police to various applications.

Career

Qualified as a solicitor in London 1980; joint founder of Holt Phillips 1984; equity partner Eversheds following merger 1994; Osborne Clarke 2001. Leader of national teams in both firms. Accredited mediator (CEDR 2007). Publications of note: Editor in-chief, ‘Paterson’s Licensing Acts’ (1997 to date); consultant editor – various, ‘Halsbury’s Laws of England’; contributor, ‘Gambling for Local Authorities’; co-author, ‘The Law of Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions’ and numerous other publications.

Member

Bar Council; DCMS Advisory Group; ALBA; PEBA; HSLA; UKELA; ARDL.


London Bar

Licensing

Within: Licensing – Leading juniors

Jeremy Phillips - Francis Taylor Building ‘A very notable practitioner in the field.’

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