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This seminar will examine the impact of the Day, Jhuti and Chesteron decisions in the Court of Appeal, together with providing a general update and an opportunity for a Q&A session at the conclusion.
Topics will include vicarious liability, public interest, jurisdiction and injunctions/contractual remedies.
Chaired by Ben Cooper QC, with speakers Jack Mitchell, Sarah Keogh and Adam Ross.
Registration for this event will be from 5.15pm, with talks from 5.45pm to 7.15pm.
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Old Square’s Nadia Motraghi is acting for the BMA in its judicial review of these controversial Regulations which impose a…
Date: 28th October 2020 Time: 2pm until 3pm via Zoom platform Each year Old Square Chambers takes the opportunity to…View More