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Adam Solomon wins in Chancery Division dispute over will of the late Sir Malcolm Arnold

In a judgment approved recently, Adam Solomon was successful on behalf of his client in a dispute over the will of the late composer, Sir Malcolm Arnold. Adam represented Mr Day, Sir Malcolm’s carer, who claimed 22 years’ worth of pay in respect of untaken holiday. The Judge, who described Adam’s submissions as “at first sight breathtaking”, was nonetheless persuaded of the correctness of the position, having dealt with construction of the contract, limitation issues and contra proferentem.

A link to the judgment can be found here

A link to press reports at the time of the hearing can be found here

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