Thursday 13th February 2020
2.30pm - 5.30pm
The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL
The programme is as follows:
|3.00||Who’s in and who’s out? – Steven Snowden QC.|
Steven will look at the different categories of individuals who can be classed as dependents.
|3.20||Dependency: Breaking the Mould – Harry Steinberg QC and Aliyah Akram|
Harry and Aliyah will explore the meaning of dependency and deliver a critical analysis of Rupasinghe v West Herts Hospital.
|Pension dependency in fatal claims – tending the golden goose – Brian McCluggage.|
Brian will look at maximising/minimising pension claims.- OR –The fundamentals of Fatal accident claims – Vanessa Cashman.
Vanessa will look at the basic principles of pursuing/defending these claims (aimed at those with less experience).
|Looking into the crystal ball – David White.|
David will look at pursuing and defending claims for “speculative” future losses.- OR –Lost years v Fatals claims for Claimants suffering with cancer – John Paul Swoboda.
John Paul will look at the merits of these alternative claims for those with short life expectancies.
|5.05||Panel session with Q&A – including a short presentation by David Sanderson: Apportionment – problems and solutions|
Delegates are invited to submit questions/topics in advance, as well as ask them on the day.
We have limited space and this invitation is intended for the addressee only – please follow the link below to reserve your place.
This event will be accredited with 2 APIL CPD points.