Conversations in Professional Liability Episode 3: What you need to know about wasted costs What you need to know about wasted costs
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by 4 New Square Chambers
5M ago
In this latest episode of our back to basics Conversations in Professional Liability series, barristers Amanda Savage KC, Paul Parker and Ben Smiley discuss all you need to know about applications for wasted costs; what they are, how you go about making them and what hurdles there might be ..read more
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Conversations in Professional Liability Episode 2: What you need to know about costs in professional liability work What you need to know about costs in professional negligence work
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by 4 New Square Chambers
6M ago
In this latest episode of our Conversations in Professional Liability series, barristers Hugh Evans, Stephen Innes and Matt Waszak look at some of the key points and topics related to costs from the perspective of a professional liability practitioner including pre-action costs, part 36, assessment of costs and the civil justice council costs review ..read more
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Conversations in Professional Liability Episode 1: What you need to know about solicitor’s minimum term insurance Episode 1 Conversations in professional Liability: What you need to know about solicitor's minimum term insurance
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by Jamie Smith KC, Clare Dixon KC and Anthony Jones
9M ago
In this first episode of our new series, Conversations in Professional Liability, barristers Jamie Smith KC, Clare Dixon and Anthony Jones explain the insurance cover solicitors are required to obtain (minimum term insurance) and look at the types of claim are covered and which are not.  They explain how claims attach to a policy, whether multiple claims can be aggregated and the consequences if they are not.  ..read more
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Tim Chelmick and Hannah Daly to speak at ThoughtLeaders4 Webinar
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by 4 New Square Chambers
9M ago
4 New Square Chambers’ Tim Chelmick and Hannah Daly will join Andrew James of PCB Byrne in a webinar hosted by ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes on 4th November 2022. The October 2022 amendments to the Civil Procedure rules have brought about significant change to the service of claims out of the jurisdiction. The ‘gateways’ included in Practice Direction 6B have undergone no fewer than 20 substantive changes with several entirely new gateways having been added. These changes come in the wake of the significant upheaval of the rules of international jurisdiction in the UK brought about by Brexit and th ..read more
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When Tax Schemes Go Sour
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by Georgie Maclellan, Paul Mitchell QC and Ben Smiley
1y ago
In this podcast episode, barristers Paul Mitchell KC and Ben Smiley focus on the position of professionals who recommend tax avoidance or mitigation schemes or who adapt the contractual documentation necessary to give effect to these schemes. They will also be touching on a very recent claim against the architect of one such scheme, a tax Silk. The post When Tax Schemes Go Sour appeared first on 4 New Square Chambers ..read more
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Aggregation in Professional Indemnity Insurance Policies
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by Georgie Maclellan, David Halpern QC and Ben Elkington QC
1y ago
In this podcast episode, barristers David Halpern KC and Ben Elkington KC address aggregation clauses, when two or more claims are treated as a single claim, in professional liability insurance policies including solicitor’s insurance and other types of professional indemnity insurance. The post Aggregation in Professional Indemnity Insurance Policies appeared first on 4 New Square Chambers ..read more
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Podcast: Do’s and don’ts of tribunal advocacy
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by Georgie Maclellan, Graeme McPherson QC and Diarmuid Laffan
1y ago
Graeme McPherson KC and Diarmuid Laffan share some practical thoughts on preparing for disciplinary hearings and conducting tribunal advocacy. The post Podcast: Do’s and don’ts of tribunal advocacy appeared first on 4 New Square Chambers ..read more
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Podcast: The Disclosure Pilot – where are we now?
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by Georgie Maclellan, Benjamin Fowler
1y ago
A review of recent decisions on the disclosure pilot running in the Business and Property Courts and a discussion of the key issues which face practitioners grappling with the procedure set out in PD 51U. The post Podcast: The Disclosure Pilot – where are we now? appeared first on 4 New Square Chambers ..read more
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COVID-19 – Will Insurance Come To The Rescue?
ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar
by Georgie Maclellan, Richard Liddell QC and Sarah McNally
1y ago
Richard Liddell KC (4 New Square) and Sarah McNally (Herbert Smith Freehills) have received various questions regarding insurance coverage in the wake of COVID-19.  In this podcast recorded at the end of March, they consider some of the issues that policyholders and insurers are likely to be grappling with across many different forms of insurance. The post COVID-19 – Will Insurance Come To The Rescue? appeared first on 4 New Square Chambers ..read more
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What’s going on with WP Privilege?
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by Georgie Maclellan, 4 New Square Chambers
1y ago
In this podcast Neil Hext KC and Matthew Bradley look at the latest state of play in relation to the Muller exception to the without prejudice rule. The Court of Appeal’s decision in Muller v. Linsley & Mortimer [1996] PNLR 74 seems well established, but the exception remains difficult to square with basic principle. The podcast will consider how WP privilege works in the three-party situation, and the impact of recent cases such as EMW Law LLP v. Halborg [2017] EWHC 1014 and Briggs v. Clay [2019] EWHC 102. The post What’s going on with WP Privilege ..read more
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