SANCTIONS & HOW TO AVOID THEM: TALK AT HARDWICKE CHAMBERS 3rd DECEMBER 2014 5.30pm: RAISING FUNDS FOR CRISIS AT CHRISTMAS

Along with Sarah Venn of Hardwicke Chambers I am talking on “Sanctions and How to Avoid Them” on the 3rd December 2014 at 5.30 pm at Hardwicke Chambers, Lincoln’s Inn, London. The talk is raising money for Crisis at Christmas and costs £25 (all of which Hardwicke will send to Crisis).

The link to Hardwicke’s website where the booking form can be found is here.

Sanctions and how to avoid them

Want to avoid getting sued next  year? And contribute to Crisis at Christmas? Then come to this seminar!

Gordon Exall and Sarah Venn’s talk deals with the law of sanctions since Mitchell andDenton. More importantly it concentrates upon how to avoid falling foul of sanctions. It considers how to litigate whilst staying out of trouble with the court, with your client and with your opponent. It addresses, squarely, the root cause of the causes of most problems with litigation and how they can be avoided.

With handy practical tips on how to run your practice this could be the most effective 90 minutes you spend this year. The seminar will be followed by drinks and mince pies.

We charge a small fee of £25 for this seminar, all of which we will donate to Crisis.

Speaker:

External speaker

Gordon Exall

Date and Timings:

  • 03 December 2014
  • Registration: 05:00 PM
  • Presentations: 05:30 PM
  • Drinks and mince pies: 07:00 PM

Place:

Hardwicke Building, New Square, Lincoln’s Inn
London
WC2A 3SB

CPD:

Delegates will be eligible for 1.5 hours of accredited CPD

Cost:

£25

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