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James Rowley QC – What is the future for Personal Injury Law?


9th November 2017

Manchester Law Society - Personal Injury Conference 2017 

 

With insight from the Designated Civil Judge for Greater Manchester and an exclusive opportunity for P.I lawyers to hear from some of the leading national experts in personal injury law and policy, this seminar provides a unique forum to assess the future opportunities and threats for personal injury lawyers and law firms.

 

Attendees will receive updates on the Civil Liability Bill, the LASPO review, the future of NIHL and fixed costs and the next steps for the discount rate. Attendees will also receive expert guidance on running subtle brain injury cases and a look at technology that can assist firms in continuing to run cases professionally and profitably.

 

Topics and speakers include:

  • View from the Bench – His Honour Judge Pelling QC, Specialist Chancery Judge and Acting Designated Civil Judge for Greater Manchester
  • Where next for the Civil Liability Bill? – Andrew Twambley Managing Partner, Amelans, Director, Injurylawyers4U and Spokesperson for A2J
  • View from the President of APIL – Brett Dixon, APIL President
  • Where next for Industrial Disease? – Dominic Weir, Roberts Jackson Solicitors and Civil Justice Council NIHL Working Party
  • Litigation logistics in a looking glass world – the negative discount rate – James Rowley QC, Byrom Street Chambers
  • Subtle Brain Injuries – Michael Redfern QC, St John’s Buildings
  • Using Tech to Remain Profitable in a Competitive PI Environment – Such Amin, Managing Director, Aequitas Legal and inCase – Lavatech Ltd

 

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