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Blogs & Briefings    5/7/2022

Richard Collier returns to Chambers

We are pleased to welcome Richard Collier back to chambers. He temporarily left practice to teach on the Bar Practice Course at the University of Law in London but has now returned to 1CL where he practices in all chambers’ core practice areas. View Richard’s full profile.

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Blogs & Briefings    5/7/2022

LYING IN WAIT Ian Clarke on trial by ambush and fundamental dishonesty

Andrew Jenkinson v Gary Robertson [2022] EWHC 791 (QB) Under what circumstances can a Defendant accuse a Claimant of fundamental dishonesty?  That was one of the central questions before the Court in the recent High Court decision of Andrew Jenkinson v Gary Robertson. Background The Claimant was injured in a road traffic accident on 24

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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 will be discussing 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

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

1CL Webinar: Capacity and Traumatic Brain Injuries

Wednesday
15
June

In the second of our two part webinar series on capacity, John Ross QC, David Thomson and Susanna Bennett consider the intersection of mental capacity and claims arising out of traumatic brain injuries. They outline the legal principles for practitioners to be aware of and give practical guidance, covering: Introduction – the relationship between brain

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