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Through the Maze 2019Finding solutions for seriously injured clients

Thursday 7th March, 2019 |
Cloth Hall Court, Quebec Street, Leeds

£65 (Plus VAT)

Our conference is aimed at Claimant Litigators, Case Managers and other professionals supporting those with serious and catastrophic injuries.

Places are limited, please book early to avoid dissapointment.

Programme

REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Wrigleys Solicitors

What's new in litigation costs?

Andrew McAulay, Clarion Solicitors

Living with a brain injury

Greg Sumner

BREAK

Don't dump your Case Manager

Jane Warren and Sally Wilkinson, JS Parker Ltd
Sally and Jane will explore issues regarding the client/case manager relationship touching on the often long and sometimes tricky road pre-trial, with the main focus of the talk considering how the case manager can assist the client and their families into a life without litigation.

LUNCH

Trust versus Deputyship - Law and Practice

Nathan Tavares QC and Jennifer Seaman, OuterTemple Chambers
Nathan and Jenny will look at the potential issues arising when seeking a trust and professional trustees for injured claimants whose mental capacity is in issue.

Pressure on family life during litigation

Edward Heaton and Adrian Clossick, Stewarts Law
The session will provide delegates with an introduction to the law relating to finances on divorce with a particular focus on the treatment of personal injury awards and how they may best be protected, whether that be by way of the structuring and use of awards and/or by nuptial agreements.  The objective will be to raise the awareness of delegates as to family law issues that may arise in their cases and when and how best to address them.

Q&A Panel Session

With Outer Temple, Stewarts Law and Wrigleys Solicitors

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