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Through the Maze Finding solutions for seriously injured clients

Tuesday 6th June, 2017 |
DoubleTree by Hilton, Leeds

£50 plus VAT

This seminar is suitable for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence lawyers dealing with seriously injured clients.  We will explore some of the common issues that arise during claims that might be challenging to the everyday litigator.

Our panel of experts will provide practical guidance from their wealth of knowledge and experience.

Limited places.  Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Programme

REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Ian Potter, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

Assessment of Mental Capacity

Dr Neil Brooks, Consultant Neuropsychologist and Director at Rehab Without Walls

Brain Injury Case Management: Strategies for Working with Difficult Clients

Rhiannon Stokes, Clinical Director at Stokes Case Management Ltd.

REFRESHMENTS AND NETWORKING

Court of Protection Proceedings and Brain Injury

Dr Simon Fox QC at No5 Chambers

Deprivation of Liberty: Recent Developments

Francesca P Gardner, Barrister at Kings Chambers

LUNCH

Welfare Rights and Wrongs: the latest news of Disability Benefit Reform

Gary Vaux, Head of Money Advice at Hertfordshire County Council

The practicialities of dealing with Court of Protection and recovering the costs.

Lynne Bradey and Ian Potter, Partners at Wrigleys Solicitors

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Strong and stable: ignore the spin, the substance still matters

Strong and stable might no longer be a fashionable phrase, but that's exactly what good governance of academy trusts is all about.

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Modern slavery statements and the academy trust

With victims of modern slavery in England likely to number over 10,000, we consider supply chain transparency requirements for academy trusts.

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Community-led housing: Lancaster gathering

Interested in community-led housing? Join us on Saturday 4 November at the Friend's Meeting House in Lancaster.

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Annual Charity Governance Seminar 2017

Date: 19 Oct 2017

Venue: Hilton City Leeds

Speaker: Sarah Atkinson , Julia Unwin CBE

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Philanthropy Impact - The role of professional advisers, philanthropists...

Date: 07 Nov 2017

Venue:

Speaker: Fran Hegyi, Executive Director, Hull UK City of Culture 2017; Andrew Dixon, Director, Culture Creativity Place, Bid adviser Leeds 2023; Other speakers TBC

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Schools Breakfast Club: Preparing for GDPR in Schools - 14th November

Date: 14 Nov 2017

Venue: Wrigleys Solicitors, 19 Cookridge Street, Leeds

Speaker: Ibrahim Hassan, solicitor and director of Act Now Training Limited

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