PJ Kirby QC will be speaking at this year's Legal Business Commercial Litigation Summit on 3rd July 2017
The long-awaited decision in the Ilott v Mitson case was finally handed down by the Supreme Court on 15 March 2017. In this seminar, Brie Stevens-Hoare QC and Edward Rowntree will discuss the unanswered questions and practical implications of the case.
The Hardwicke Property Team are pleased to announce that the next Manchester roadshow will take place on Wednesday 1 March 2017.
Paul Strelitz will give an update on Wrotham Park relief often sought in restrictive covenant cases (if only as a backup) including what might work and what probably won’t.
Our J2J seminar is being provided by Emma Hynes and Michael Levenstein and will include a reminder of CPR r.24 and r.3.4 and the differences and overlap between them.
The Hardwicke Property Team are pleased to announce that our Easements and Restrictive Covenants seminar will take place on Wednesday 9 November 2016.
David Pliener is speaking at this essential masterclass which covers topical issues arising in construction contract disputes.
Paul Reed QC is speaking at the Legal Week Commercial Litigation and Arbitration Forum 2016 on 3rd November 2016.
The topics covered at the conference include:
Ramifications of Brexit on cross-border litigation and arbitration
Evolving third party funding models
An update on interim remedies
Privilege in regulatory investigations
Cost control and gathering of evidence
Technology and its revolutionary impact on litigation
Key case and jurisdictional updates
Paul will speaking at the session covering gathering evidence in foreign jurisdictions,providing a first hand perspective on how trials are conducted and how to effectively prepare your disclosure documents prior to trial in foreign jurisdictions.
Nigel Jones QC will be speaking at the annual Legal Business International Arbitration Summit on 17th November at The Brewery in London. This event brings together senior practitioners from within the booming dispute resolution community and will be chaired by renowned practitioner Michael Polkinghorne of White & Case