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These lists are subject to change until 4:30pm. Any alterations after this time will be telephoned or emailed direct to the parties or their legal representatives.

1. Admiralty Court list (Queen’s Bench Division)

1.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

The hearing will be available to representatives of the media, on their request, and therefore will be a hearing conducted in public in accordance with CPR PD51Y. It will be organised and conducted using MS Teams/Zoom/via Opus 2. Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to witness the hearing will need to do so over the internet and provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

1.2 Hybrid hearings

This is a public hearing which will be taking place in court, with witness evidence being heard by video link. Due to the limit on the number of persons who can attend court in person while complying with social distancing requirements, the hearing will also be available to members of the media and the public in England and Wales who wish to witness the hearing over the internet. Those seeking such access should provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

1.3 Remote hearings before the Admiralty Registrar

Remote hearing via MS Teams. For details on accessing the hearing, please contact shirley.sweeney@justice.gov.uk. Any party who attends the hearing in person at the Rolls Building should contact a member of staff in the List Office who will then connect them to the remote hearings.

1.4 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

1.5 Admiralty Court cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:53pm

No hearings.

2. Business List (Chancery Division)

2.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

2.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

2.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

2.4 Business List cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:46pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase nameAdditional information
Master Kaye10amRemotely via MS TeamsJudgmentBL-2018-002520Persimmon Homes Limited and another v Osborne Clarke LLP and anotherNo attendance
Master Teverson3pmRemotely via MS TeamsDirections and application hearingBL-2020-001137Dal v Bickenell and another 

3. Chancery Appeals (Chancery Division)

3.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

3.2 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

3.3 Chancery Appeals cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:46pm

No hearings

4. Commercial Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

4.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

The hearing will be available to representatives of the media, on their request, and therefore will be a hearing conducted in public in accordance with CPR PD51Y. It will be organised and conducted using MS Teams/Zoom/via Opus 2. Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to witness the hearing will need to do so over the internet and provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

4.2 Hybrid hearings

This is a public hearing which will be taking place in court, with witness evidence being heard by video link. Due to the limit on the number of persons who can attend court in person while complying with social distancing requirements, the hearing will also be available to members of the media and the public in England and Wales who wish to witness the hearing over the internet. Those seeking such access should provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

4.3 Remote hearings before the Admiralty Registrar

Remote hearing via MS Teams. For details on accessing the hearing, please contact shirley.sweeney@justice.gov.uk. Any party who attends the hearing in person at the Rolls Building should contact a member of staff in the List Office who will then connect them to the remote hearings.

4.4 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

4.5 Commercial Court cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:54pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase name
Julia Dias QC sitting as a Judge of the High Court10:30am (all day)Remotely via MS TeamsApplication hearingCL-2020-000126Wilmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) Limited (in its capacity as trustee) and others v SpiceJet Limited

5. Competition List (Chancery Division)

5.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

5.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

5.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

5.4 Competition List cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:46pm

No hearings

6. Companies Winding Up (Chancery Division)

6.1 Company Insolvency Pro Bono Scheme

If you wish to receive free advice and/or representation in court on a Wednesday, the Company Insolvency Pro Bono Scheme provides free legal help for litigants who do not have legal representation. Please email companyinsolvency@city.ac.uk with a summary of your enquiry and preferred contact details and you will be contacted to arrange a conference with a barrister via Skype or Zoom. Please ensure enquiries are sent in by no later than 9:30am on Wednesdays. There is no charge for using this service.

To be invited into the MS Teams hearings please contact Steven Gibbon on 0207 947 6727 or email steven.gibbon@justice.gov.uk.

6.2 Companies Winding Up cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:24pm

No hearings

7. Financial List (Chancery Division/Queen’s Bench Division/ Commercial Court)

7.1 Remote hearings before a Judge of the Chancery Division

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

7.2 Remote hearings before a Judge of the Commercial Court

The hearing will be available to representatives of the media, on their request, and therefore will be a hearing conducted in public in accordance with CPR PD51Y. It will be organised and conducted using MS Teams/Zoom/via Opus 2. Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to witness the hearing will need to do so over the internet and provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

7.3 Hybrid hearings

This is a public hearing which will be taking place in court, with witness evidence being heard by video link. Due to the limit on the number of persons who can attend court in person while complying with social distancing requirements, the hearing will also be available to members of the media and the public in England and Wales who wish to witness the hearing over the internet. Those seeking such access should provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

7.4 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

7.5 Financial List cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:54pm

No hearings.

8. Insolvency & Companies Court List (Chancery Division)

8.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

8.2 Remote hearings before an Insolvency and Companies Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing, they should contact the ICC judges’ clerks at rolls.icl.hearings1@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

8.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list.

8.4 Insolvency & Companies Court cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:25pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase name
John Kimbell QC sitting as a Judge of the Chancery Division10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsConsequentialsCR-2017-007339One Blackfriars Limited
Deputy ICC Judge Baister10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy petitionsBR-2020-000478Mohammed Azam
Deputy ICC Judge Baister10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy petitionsBR-2021-000041Rahim Malik
Deputy ICC Judge Baister10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy petitionsBR-2021-000042Fahim Malik
Deputy ICC Judge Baister11amRemotely via MS TeamsAdjourned bankruptcy petitionsBR-2020-000178Stephen Peter Benzikie
Deputy ICC Judge Baister12noonRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsBR-2020-000579John Forster Emmott
Deputy ICC Judge Baister12noonRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsBR-2020-000580John Forster Emmott
Deputy ICC Judge Baister12noonRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsBR-2021-000065John Emmott
Deputy ICC Judge Baister12noonRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsCR-2021-000089A v B
Deputy ICC Judge Baister12:30pmRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsBR-2021-000007Yaw Osei Acheampong
Deputy ICC Judge Baister2pmNon-attendancePre-trial reviews on paperCR-2021-0000396A v B
Deputy ICC Judge Baister2pmNon-attendancePre-trial reviews on paperCR-2021-000414A v B
Deputy ICC Judge Baister2pmNon-attendancePre-trial reviews on paperCR-2021-000432A v B
Deputy ICC Judge Agnello QC2pmRemotely via MS TeamsBankruptcy applicationsBR-2020-000102Mohammed Kamal Ahmed

9. Intellectual Property List (Chancery Division)

9.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

9.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

9.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

9.4 Intellectual Property cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:47pm

No hearings

10. Intellectual property and Enterprise Court

10.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

10.2 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:47pm

No hearings

11. Patents Court (Chancery Division)

11.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

11.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

11.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

11.4 Patents Court Guide

The “Patents Court Guide” was reissued on 7 July 2008 and revised on 24 February 2010. Note that links are provided from the guide to various intellectual property sites. If you have any enquiries or useful information you would like displayed please contact Pauline Drewett by email at pauline.drewett@justice.gov.uk.

11.5 Patents Court cause list

List updated 9 April 2021 12:47pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase name
Lord Justice Birss10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsPatents trialHP-2020-000020Facebook Ireland Limited v Voxer IP LLC

12. Interim Applications List (Chancery Division)

Please note that while the Interim Applications Court will continue to sit during the current pandemic, parties are being encouraged to arrange remote hearings with the judge using MS Teams or by telephone wherever possible. Parties intending to apply should contact the clerk to Mr Justice Michael Green at Rachel.morgan3@justice.gov.uk as early as possible to make arrangements.

12.1 Interim Applications cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:48pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase name
Mr Justice Michael Green10:30amThe Rolls Building, Court 10. Remotely via MS TeamsApplications without notice  

13. London Circuit Commercial Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

13.1 Remote hearings in the London Circuit Commercial Court

The hearing will be available to representatives of the media, on their request, and therefore will be a hearing conducted in public in accordance with CPR PD51Y. It will be organised and conducted using MS Teams/Zoom/via Opus 2. Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to witness the hearing will need to do so over the internet and provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

13.2 Hybrid hearings

This is a public hearing which will be taking place in court, with witness evidence being heard by video link. Due to the limit on the number of persons who can attend court in person while complying with social distancing requirements, the hearing will also be available to members of the media and the public in England and Wales who wish to witness the hearing over the internet. Those seeking such access should provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

13.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

13.4 London Circuit Commercial Court cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:55pm

No hearings.

14. Pensions List (Chancery Division)

14.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

14.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

14.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

14.4 Pensions List cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:48pm

No hearings

15. Property, Trusts and Probate (Chancery Division)

15.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

15.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

15.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

15.4 Property, Trusts and Probate cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:49pm

JudgeTimeVenueTypeCase numberCase name
Richard Smith sitting as a Judge of the Chancery Division10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsJudgmentPT-2017-000201Kanval v Kanval and another
Richard Smith sitting as a Judge of the Chancery Division10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsJudgmentPT-2018-000579Kanval v Kanval
Master Teverson10:30amRemotely via MS TeamsCase management conferencePT-2020-000195Lazari Properties 2 Limited v The Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Camden
Deputy Master Hansen sitting on behalf of Master Shuman11amRemotely via MS TeamsDirections hearingPT-2020-000850Sheppard v Havill and another
Deputy Master Hansen sitting on behalf of Master Shuman2pmRemotely via MS TeamsCase management conference and application hearingPT-2020-000866Kyriacou v Pantelides and another

16. Revenue List (Chancery Division)

16.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

16.2 Remote hearings before a Chancery Master

If a representative of the media or member of the public wishes to attend the remote hearing they should contact chancery.mastersappointments@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

16.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

16.4 Revenue List cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:50pm

No hearings

17. Technology and Construction Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

17.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

The hearing will be available to representatives of the media, on their request, and therefore will be a hearing conducted in public in accordance with CPR PD51Y. It will be organised and conducted using Microsoft Teams. Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to witness the hearing will need to do so over the internet and provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact tcc.listing@justice.gov.uk.

17.2 Hybrid hearings

This is a public hearing which will be taking place in court, with witness evidence being heard by video link. Due to the limit on the number of persons who can attend court in person while complying with social distancing requirements, the hearing will also be available to members of the media and the public in England and Wales who wish to witness the hearing over the internet. Those seeking such access should provide an email address at which to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact comct.listing@justice.gov.uk.

17.3 Remote judgments

Covid-19 Protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the judge’s clerk.

17.4 Technology and Construction Court cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 1:55pm

No hearings.

18. Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) List (Chancery Division)

18.1 Remote hearings before a High Court Judge

If a representative of the media wishes to attend the hearing they should contact the listing office chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk who will put them in touch with the relevant person.

18.2 Remote judgments

Covid-19 protocol: Judgments will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be the date and time published in the cause list. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to chanceryjudgeslisting@justice.gov.uk.

18.3 Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) cause list

List updated: 9 April 2021 12:50pm

No hearings

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