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Blogs & Briefings    29/9/2022

Webinar Recording: Non-Party Costs Orders and Civil Fraud Update

In yesterday’s webinar, Roger André and Richard Collier gave an update on non-party costs orders. They covered rehabilitation fraud and credit hire, including some recent case examples. They also discussed Section 57 and provided an update on exaggerated personal injury claims. If you missed it, you can view it here:

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Blogs & Briefings    26/9/2022

Sports Law Update: McEwan v Canadian Hockey League 2022 BCSC 1104

Introduction Amateur sport ought to be a positive and safe experience. It should not cause physical harm beyond unavoidable hazards. The Whyte review, released earlier this year (see here for a summary), indicated that British Gymnastics fell well short of these principles. These allegations are not limited to the United Kingdom. In Canada, the former

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1CL Webinar: Non-Party Costs Orders and Civil Fraud Update

Wednesday
28
September

In this webinar Roger André and Richard Collier give an update on non-party costs orders. They cover rehabilitation fraud and credit hire, including some recent case examples. They also discuss Section 57 and provide an update on exaggerated personal injury claims. View the slides – Non-Party Costs Orders and Civil Fraud Update

1CL Webinar: Contractual Liability in Holiday Claims

Thursday
1
September

In this webinar Sarah Prager and Tom Yarrow examine a surprisingly under-used cause of action in holiday claims. Among the topics they discuss are: brochure descriptions and express terms; fairness of terms; implied terms; supplier contracts; airline terms and the Montreal Convention and Denied Boarding Regulations. View the slides – Contractual Liability in Holiday Claims

1CL Webinar: How to Get the Most out of your Part 36 Offer

Thursday
14
July

In this webinar, Sarah Prager of 1 Chancery Lane and Robert Horner of 9 Gough Chambers discuss how to get the most out of your Part 36 offer, including: When to make a Part 36 offer How to make a Part 36 offer What not to do When not to make a Part 36 offer

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