The Ultimate Round Up – Professional Negligence & Liability – 12 October 2023 – London conference hosted by Jayna Patel and Outer Temple Chambers

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Professional negligence & liability conference  kindly chaired by Jayna Patel of Dutton Gregory – PNLA South of England Representative – and hosted by Outer Temple Chambers.

Keynote address from The Honourable Mr Justice Adam Constable.

Topics include recent case law and practice including solicitors duties and responsibilities, the architect expert’s perspective, AI applied to e-disclosure, a case study discussion session and more.

Drinks afterwards for the PNLA network details to be confirmed.


Chair - Jayna Patel Dutton Gregory - PNLA South of England Representative
The Honourable Mr Justice Adam Constable KC High Court Judge
Helen Evans KC 4 New Square
David E Grant KC Outer Temple Chambers
Simon Arnold and Georgia Purnell 3 Hare Court
Jeremy Scott Joynt Outer Temple Chambers
Gus Baker Outer Temple Chambers
Samuel Morley Hawkins - Architect
Philip Demetriou Senior Director of UK and European Sales at DISCO EMEA
Adrian Caley Account Executive at DISCO EMEA
Kevin Wonnacott Costs Lawyer

Registration and refreshments

Chair’s Introduction
– Jayna Patel – Partner – Dutton Gregory LLP – PNLA South of England Representative

“Keynote Address”
The Honourable Mr Justice Adam Constable KC

1000-1035 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“Recent developments in Pensions Trusts Wills & Estates Insolvency and Employment”
David E. Grant KC – Outer Temple Chambers

1035-1110 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“Professional Negligence Update”
Helen Evans KC – 4 New Square


1125-1155 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“The Expert Architect’s Perspective”
Samuel Morley – Architect – Hawkins & Associates

1155-1230 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“Professional negligence claims against financial services professionals”
Simon Arnold & Georgia Purnell – 3 Hare Court

1230-1300 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“ediscovery & Artificial Intelligence”
Philip Demetriou & Adrian Caley– DISCO

1300-1400 Lunch
Sponsored by:- Hawkins Forensic Scientists & Engineers and DISCO ediscovery solutions

1400-1435 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“Negligence arising from AI and Tech”
Jeremy Scott-Joynt – Outer Temple Chambers

“Team Case Study Introduction session”
Chair – Gus Baker – Outer Temple Chambers


“Team Case Study Discussion Session”

1615-1645 (inc 5 mins Q&A)
“The New Fixed Costs Regime”
Kevin Wonnacott – Costs Lawyer & Jayna Patel – Dutton Gregory

“Chair’s Closing Remarks Questions and Discussion“

“Sponsored Drinks – (Location TBC) – invitation to PNLA Network”

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