The Supreme Court decision in TUI v Griffiths may have arisen from a small personal injury claim, but the judgment has implications for every aspect of civil litigation from property, to professional negligence, to chancery and commercial.
Griffiths is undoubtedly the most significant decision affecting civil procedure in the last twelve months.
In this one-hour Zoom special, Charles Bagot KC (Deputy High Court Judge, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence) and John de Waal KC (Mediator, Professional Negligence, Property and Commercial) will discuss the implications of the decision for litigators generally in terms of tactics, evidence and procedure. Both silks at the forefront of their chosen fields of practice will give their perspective on Griffiths, and the likely impact across the entire range of civil litigation.
Chaired by Colm Nugent (Personal Injury and Professional Negligence), this is a session you won’t want to miss.
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