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Blogs & Briefings    1/3/2021

The Weekly Roundup: the Springwatch Edition

The team’s spirits have soared this week; not only have we been able to book a garden table at our favourite restaurant for 13th April, it looks as if we might not need to take the 1CL umbrellas with us. Yes, it’s Spring, and the new season brings renewed vigour and optimism to the gang.

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Blogs & Briefings    26/2/2021

Webinar Recording: Arrest Lawful or Unlawful, Nominal Damages and Disclosure - A Review of Recent Authorities

In yesterday’s webinar, Ian Stebbings and Francesca O’Neill reviewed the authorities in Police Law regarding unlawful arrest and level of damages following both the Parker and Norman cases, and they explored recent cases on disclosure. If you missed it, you  can view it here.

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1CL Webinar: Strike outs: how to win, when to apply (and when not to)

Thursday
11
March

In this webinar Francesca O’Neill and Henk Soede will be providing an introduction to strike out. They will give an update on the law, and discuss how to succeed. Francesca and Henk will also be answering any questions you may have on the issue of strike outs. Please submit your questions when registering for the

TATLA Case Law Update

Friday
26
February

Matthew Chapman QC, Russell Wilcox and Ella Davis will be taking attendees through the recent case law in cross border and holiday claims, looking at local standards; expert evidence; X v Kuoni in the CJEU and Rome II. After the update there will be an opportunity to raise questions with the team over a glass

1CL Webinar: Arrest lawful or unlawful, nominal damages and disclosure - a review of recent authorities

Thursday
25
February

In this webinar, Ian Stebbings and Francesca O’Neill review the authorities in Police Law regarding unlawful arrest and level of damages following both the Parker and Norman cases, and they explore recent cases on disclosure. View the slides here – Arrest Lawful or Unlawful, Nominal Damages and Disclosure

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