PI Procedure Update – Upcoming Webinar!

Don’t forget to tune in to our new, upcoming webinar – PI Procedure Update. The webinar will go out live on Monday 4th February at 1pm. Can’t make that time? Not to worry! Just place your booking and tell us you’d like a recording of the presentation. That way, you can watch it at your leisure.

What’s it all about?

This webinar is all about the key PI-related procedure decisions that were made last year. This will bring you fully up-to-date on issues such as –

  1. Fundamental dishonesty
    There were a number of developments regarding fundamental dishonesty in 2018. These arose as a result of two cases: London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (In Liquidation) v Sinfield [2018] EWHC 51 (QB) and Wright v Satellite Information Services Ltd [2018] EWHC 812 (QB). We will look at the areas of concern for personal injury claimant solicitors and will discuss the traps to avoid.
  2. Defendants contacting claimants within the portal
    Should a defendant attempt to contact a claimant directly within the portal, and subsequently reach a direct settlement with the claimant, what does it mean for you? This was pertinent to the case of Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Ltd v Haven Insurance Co Ltd [2018] UKSC 21. We take a look at the court’s attitude to such scenarios, with a particular emphasis on solicitor cost entitlement.
  3. Cost consequences of Part 36 Offers and exiting the portal
    What are the likely cost consequences of portal fixed exits and Part 36 offers? We explore the case law developments that arose last year as a result of the following three cases: Hislop v Perde; Kaur v Committee (for the time being) of Ramgarhia Board Leicester [2018] EWCA Civ 1726; and Tuson v Murphy [2018] EWCA Civ 1461; and Shalaby v London North West Healthcare NHS Trust [2018] EWCA Civ 1323.
  4. QOCS rules in respect of additional defendants
    What is the effect of the latest decisions when assessing the QOCS rules in respect of additional defendants. We take a look at this question in relation to the case of Corstorphine (A Child) v Liverpool City Council.

Who’s it for?

This webinar is aimed at team leaders and supervisor practitioners. This makes it a level 3 webinar, so itPI Procedure Update – Upcoming Webinar! might not be suitable for new personal injury practitioners.
Book your spot today!

If you are interested in our PI Procedure Update webinar, please book online via our website or fill in our booking form and return it to If you cannot make the live presentation, please book your spot anyway. We can then send you a recording of the webinar 24 hours after it has gone out.

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