A conference for professional negligence and liability practitioners to explore recent developments in a wide range of areas of expertise including pensions, financial services, surveyors, accountants, insurance brokers, insolvency practitioners, Hong Kong litigation and more. This conference includes practical tips on factors to look for in a promising claim, the Professional Negligence Pre-Action protocol, litigation funding and costs. A fantastic group of speakers with many years of experience working together to give you ‘The New Normal’.
|Jayna Patel - Chair||Partner – Dutton Gregory LLP / PNLA South of England Representative|
|Richard Hitchcock QC||Outer Temple Chambers|
|Tiffany Scott QC||Wilberforce Chambers|
|Helen Swaffield||Contract Law Chambers|
|Simon Wilton||Hailsham Chambers|
|Nick Curling||TLT Solicitors|
|Robert Strang||3 Hare Court|
|Nicholas Hill||Outer Temple Chambers|
|Jonathan Sachs||BDB Pitmans Solicitors|
|Helen Pugh||Outer Temple Chambers|
|Jason Karas and Mark Davis||Mishcon Karas and Mishcon De Reya|
|Moira Hindson||Moore Kingston Smith Accountants|
|Roger Flaxman||Flaxman & Partners Insurance Brokers|
|Rachel Auld||Indemnity Legal Solicitors|
|Rocco Pirozzolo||Harbour Underwriting|
|Kevin Wonnacott||Wonnacott Consulting Costs Lawyer|
CPD 10 hours
7 hours – Filmed talks: 1 hour – Conference Pack Review
2 hours – Questions & Answers LIVE 1 November 2022 hosted by Outer Temple Chambers
Outer Temple Chambers (The Outer Temple, 222 Strand, London, WC2R 1BA)
2pm Registration and Refreshments
2.30 – 3.30pm Q&A Session
Apex Temple Court Hotel (1-2 Serjeants’ Inn, London, United Kingdom, EC4Y 1AG)
4 – 5.30pm Drinks Reception
Jayna Patel (Chair) – Partner – Dutton Gregory LLP / PNLA South of England Representative
Some thoughts on Limitation: Knowledge and Concealment
-s14A and s32 of the Limitation Act 1980
Richard Hitchcock QC – Outer Temple Chambers
Tiffany Scott QC – Wilberforce Chambers
The top 5 factors for a winnable professional negligence claim
Helen Swaffield – Contract Law Chambers
Surveyors Negligence – Hart v Large
Simon Wilton – Hailsham Chambers
Impact of Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton on negligence claims by lenders
Nick Curling – TLT
The loss recoverable by a lender consequent on a valuer’s negligent valuation – Charles B Lawrence & Associates v Intercommercial Bank Ltd  UKPC 30
Robert Strang – 3 Hare Court
Pensions and Financial Services update
Nicholas Hill – Outer Temple Chambers
Claimant Group Claims
Jonathan Sachs – Partner – BDP Pitmans
Insolvency Practitioner Negligence
Helen Pugh – Outer Temple
Jason Karas – Mishcon Karas & Mark Davis – Mishcon De Reya
The selection and use of Experts – top tips
Moira Hindson – Moore Kingston Smith
Changing roles and responsibilities of brokers
Roger Flaxman – Flaxman’s Partners
Third party rights against insurers’
Rachel Auld – Indemnity Legal
Improving your chances of obtaining funding and ATE
Rocco Pirozzolo – Harbour Underwriting
Costs – a practical guide
Kevin Wonnacott – Wonnacott Consulting Ltd
1st November 2022 – LIVE CLOSING PARTY – Questions and discussion – hosted by Outer Temple Chambers
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