Breakfast interruption Breakfast series

A three-part series discussing the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in FCA v Arch and its implications.

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Industrial Disease
Asbestos Webinar Day 2020

The 12KBW Asbestos Team consider topics on both liability and quantum. This is an APIL accredited event.

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Upper Limb Prosthetics

A two-part webinar presented by Gerard Martin QC and lead Consultant Prosthetist at The London Prosthetic Centre, Abdo Haidar on Upper Limb Prosthetics.

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Costs
Fixed costs

Tom Banks and Cressida Mawdesley-Thomas discuss the use of fixed costs in practice and where they may extend in the future.

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Webinar Day 2020

12 KBW deliver 14 talks across a range of practice areas. Topics include costs, limitation, asbestos, life expectancy, Ogden 8 and much more.

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Employers, Workplaces and Covid-19

In this live webinar chaired by Steven Snowden QC, Joel Kendall and Laura Robinson will offer a review, in the employment context, of the legal issues arising out of COVID-19.

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Personal Injury
How to claim for a loss of earnings

In this webinar, Aliyah Akram and James Beeton offer a guide to claims for future loss of income.

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Personal Injury
Ogden 8 in a nutshell

With the 8th edition of the Ogden Tables published on 17 July 2020, 12KBW invites you to a webinar with Anna Symington to discuss all you need to know in a short 30-minute webinar.

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Personal Injury
The Cumberlege Review

Published on 8 July 2020, the panel: Harry Steinberg QC, Gemma Scott, Aliyah Akram and Craig Murray, will consider the findings of the Review into: hormone pregnancy tests, such as Primidos, sodium valproate, an anti-epileptic drug, pelvic mesh implants

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Primary victim, secondary victim, or no victim at all?

A look at the present position in relation to primary and secondary victims.

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Clinical Negligence
XX v Whittington, legal policy and Covid—19

Charley Turton presents a case summary of  Whittington Hospital v XX, followed by an analysis of issues of legal policy, shifts in public attitudes and judicial activism including a look forward to future issues the courts may encounter in light of COVID-19 from Emily Read.

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Employment & Discrimination
Large Scale Redundancies

Henry King and Tim Goodwin, offer a comprehensive refresher course for considering redundancies involving 20 or more people with guidance on when the collective obligations triggers, consulting with appropriate representatives, practical pointers and more.

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