Categories: Webinars
18
Jun
20
Edward Bishop QC and Laura Johnson discuss the challenges of secondary victim cases. They consider the application of the control mechanisms set out in the case of Alcock v Chief Constable of ...

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18
Jun
20
As part of the AIFC Court and IAC Webinar programme, Justice Lord Faulks QC, AIFC Court, will be discussing legal responsibility for the wrongs of others.

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11
Jun
20
Having recently discussed the basic principles applicable to employers’ liability claims, in the second of a two-part series, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer turn to examine how the current Covid-19 ...

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09
Jun
20
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is hosting a webinar which will focus on the future of consumer rights protection in tourism post covid-19. As Chair of the Travel and Tourism Lawyers' ...

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04
Jun
20
During the webinar, Francesca O'Neill and Dominique Smith cover: A General Update to Article 2 Inquests and those involving juries; The recent Chief Coroner’s Guidance ...

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28
May
20
Sarah Prager and Richard Collier take a look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the measures taken in response to it in the travel industry. They consider the litigation likely to flow from ...

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21
May
20
In the first of a two-part series, Ben Hicks and Andrew Spencer provide an overview of the basic principles applicable to employer's liability claims and discuss some of the commonly encountered ...

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14
May
20
The learning objectives of this webinar from Zachary Bredemear and Justin Althaus are: To understand the principles the courts apply when interpreting contracts To identify ...

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07
May
20
Following an introduction from Sarah Prager, Dominique Smith shares her experiences of the remote courts during lockdown. She covers the technology involved, how hearings are conducted, offering best ...

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16
Apr
20
An extraordinary meeting of APIL's international special interest group is being held on Thursday, 16 April between 15:00 - 16:00. As the UK continues to be in ...

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