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Cloisters Annual Autumn Seminar Series

Cloisters Annual Autumn Seminar Series

Cloisters is once again holding its Autumn Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Seminars on 18 September 2014 and 2 October 2014. There will be two specialist seminars from our leading Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence experts. 

 

Multiple Defendants: Who to sue, tactics and risks

On Thursday 18 September 2014, Linda Jacobs and Hannah Godfrey will be presenting.  They will discuss how to deal with multiple defendants, including cost risks, Part 36 tactics and identifying the right defendant.

Unlocking Liability: claims against Private and Public Health Care Providers, Insolvent Defendants, and Third Party Rights Against Insurers

On Thursday 2 October 2014, Daniel Lawson and Sarah Fraser Butlin will be presenting. They will discuss changes to the NHS structures, commissioning and private healthcare providers, and the impact of insolvent parties on personal injury claims.

The seminars will take place in our conference suite at Cloisters at 6.15 pm followed by refreshments.  CPD points can be claimed (1 hour per seminar).

If you are interested in attending either or both of these highly relevant and topical seminars, please register your interest by emailing .   Places will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

 

Cloisters is also holding its Autumn Employment Seminars on 14 and 16 October 2014. There will be two specialist seminars from our leading Employment experts

Discrimination Update: Trends & Movements

On Tuesday 14 October 2014, Declan O’Dempsey, Rachel Crasnow and Sarah Fraser Butlin will be presenting.  They will discuss recent cases and trends and predictions for the future with the aim of ensuring that participants will be ahead of the pack with upcoming issues.

Injunctions in the Employment Field: Why, When & How?

On Thursday 16 October 2014, Jacques Algazy QC, Paul Michell and Catherine Richmond will present Injunctions in the Employment Field: Why, When & How? This seminar will cover developments in business protection and the enforcement of restrictive covenants, confidentiality and database rights; injunctions used to challenge suspensions, disciplinary procedures and dismissals; cross-border covenants; current injunction procedure – getting it right; and injunctions that backfire – avoiding costs and/or complaints to the SRA!

The seminars will take place in our conference suite at Cloisters at 6:30 – 8pm followed by refreshments.  CPD points can be claimed (1.5 hours per seminar).

If you are interested in attending either or both of these highly relevant and topical seminars, please register your interest email .   Places will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

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