‘Piercing the Veil’ – Incorporation and Liability for Environmental Damage: Widening the Net
June 12, 2017
Six Pump Court presents the third in our series of Environmental and Public Law Seminars to be held this year.
Wednesday 12th July – ‘Piercing the Veil’ Incorporation and Liability for Environmental Damage: Widening the Net
There is an ever-widening trend to try to make parent and other linked organisations liable for the actions of their subsidiaries and associated entities, both in a criminal and in a civil context. The issue of who can incur liability gives rise to important considerations as to how businesses and corporate officers might guard against the risk of traditionally unexpected financial obligations or penalties, both collectively and individually. This seminar will consider ways in which the law is applied to achieve punitive and compensatory outcomes in the courts. We will also look at prospective developments, including the relevant principles that are applied to determine liability in other jurisdictions.
Further detail on the content of the seminar is provided in the attached flyer
Speakers: Stephen Hockman QC, Gordon Wignall and Christopher Badger
Venue: 6 Pump Court Chambers, Temple, London
Date: Wednesday 12th July 2017
Time: from 4.30pm to 6.30pm (tea and coffee available from 4.15 pm). To be followed by a drinks reception.
Cost: £25.00. Second and subsequent bookings from your organisation charged at a reduced rate of £15.00 per person. No charge will be made for local authorities.
RSVP: ** Please note that this seminar is now FULLY BOOKED**. To make inquiries or to be added to the reserve list, contact Bridget Tough firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7797 8456.
The seminar will qualify for 2 CPD points. Acceptances will be made on a first-come first-placed basis. If the event is over-subscribed we will aim to repeat it later in the year.