NEW – Case Law Update: Procedure


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Being constantly aware of and getting up-to-date on the most recent Case Law is paramount for all solicitors and paralegals. This webinar will discuss some of the most important current Cases on Procedure and will be followed by a second Case Law Update webinar which will focus on Liability

After watching our Webinar you will have learnt all about:

  • The categories of actionable personal injury
  • The position concerning admissions made and later applications to resile
  • The duties owed by police officers to members of the public while carrying out operational duties
  • The liability issues when a member of the public is caught up in police pursuit of suspects
  • The application of QOCS in Part 20 defendant claims
  • The extent of the existence of an equitable lien over the clients damages where a claimant settles direct with an insurer in a Portal matter funded by CFA
  • The Supreme Court’s attitude to settlement offers made direct to clients in CFA funded portal matters

We will be discussing:

  • “Actionable Personal Injury” – Dryden v Johnson Matthey Plc [2018] UKSC 18
  • Admissions, withdrawal, fresh evidence – Wood v Days Healthcare UK Ltd [2017] EWCA Civ 2097
  • Police: Immunity from Suit – Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire [2018] UKSC 4
  • QOCS: Part 20 Defendants – Corstorphine (A Child) v Liverpool City Council[2018] EWCA Civ 270
  • Conditional fee agreements and Low value PI claims, Protocols and settlement offers direct to Claimants, Solicitors Costs – Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Ltd v Haven Insurance Co Ltd [2018] UKSC 21
  • S.57 Courts Act: Fundamental Dishonesty – London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (In Liquidation) v Sinfield [2018] EWHC 51 (QB)

Book this Webinar if you want to be able to:

  • Give advice on the prospects of success where the injury is a physical change and sensitization.
  • Advise Claimants on the prospects of success of any application by the defendant to resile from an admission made
  • Give liability advice where the claim is against police officers acting in the course of operational duties
  • Give advice to claimants concerning the operation of the QOCS protection where additional defendants are joined to proceedings
  • Present effective arguments for the payment of fees where claimants settle directly with insurers in Portal matters
  • Advise clients on the consequences of accepting monies direct from insurers in portal matters funded by CFA’s


This webinar will be presented live on Friday 25th May at 1:00 pm.

If you are unable to watch the webinar on the scheduled date and time, you can still place your booking.  We will send you a recording that can be watched at your convenience 24 hours after the live presentation.

Your Trainer  

Nicky Carter is a self-employed Solicitor and Legal Trainer and has been delivering training for us since 2010.



Prices for MASS Members are £75 for a single view and £150 for a group view

Prices for Non Members are £95 for a single view and £190 for a group view

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