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Blogs & Briefings    8/8/2022

Ella Davis returns from parental leave

We’re delighted to welcome Ella Davis back to chambers this week following her parental leave. Ella has a broad and varied practice, with a particular emphasis on clinical negligence and personal injury.

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Blogs & Briefings    8/8/2022

The Weekly Roundup: The Costly Edition

This week’s edition features two recent cases on recoverability of costs, each confirming that equity has no place in the consideration of costs recovery, something litigators may feel they already knew or could have intuited. It’s also been a costly (but worth it) week for travel practitioners, with the new edition of Saggerson on Travel

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1CL Webinar: Contractual Liability in Holiday Claims

Thursday
1
September

In this webinar Sarah Prager and Tom Yarrow will examine a surprisingly under-used cause of action in holiday claims. Among the topics they will discuss are: brochure descriptions and express terms; fairness of terms; implied terms; supplier contracts; airline terms and the Montreal Convention and Denied Boarding Regulations. Sarah and Tom will also be answering

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

1CL Webinar: Cladding Claims: How to Bring them and How to Defend them in 2022

Wednesday
29
June

In this webinar, Saleem Khalid and Henk Soede consider the legal principles of the Defective Premises Act 1972 and the Building Safety Act 2022. They also discuss cladding claims generally, examining the issues that arise in cladding disputes. View the slides – Cladding Claims How to Bring them and How to Defend them

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