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
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.
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.
As we all adapt our working practices in response to COVID-19 , 12 KBW barristers deliver a webinar series to address the ever changing guidance in multiple practice areas and the implications for litigators.
Despite best efforts, it is inevitable that many final hearings will be adjourned or vacated in the coming weeks and months due to Covid-19. 12KBW’s virtual arbitration scheme is on hand to provide resolution during this time.
Featuring highlights from the Manchester International and Travel seminar, which was postponed earlier this year; this five-part series consists of the following talks: A Montreal Convention Update, Service out of the jurisdiction, Proper Place and Foreign Law Contribution Claims