Private Nuisance Litigation Masterclass – Seminar
June 15, 2016
Our series of Masterclass Environmental Law Seminars continues next month with a second seminar, Private Nuisance Litigation Masterclass to be held on 11th July.
The first of these seminars was entitled Environmental Permitting Masterclass and was held on 29th June.
Second Masterclass Seminar:-
Private Nuisance Litigation Masterclass: How can nuisance claims be best defended or the consequences mitigated?
Environmental claims in nuisance are on the increase again. Claimant lawyers appear to have regained confidence post-Jackson. These are strict liability claims which are difficult to defend and the costs in multi-party actions remain high. You are invited to hear the views of specialist practitioners and to discuss, following Jackson and Fen Tigers (UKSC), whether these claims have become any easier to defend. If they are not, then how the consequences for defendants best be mitigated. The seminar will give both claimant and defendant perspectives.
Further detail on the content of the seminar is provided in the attached flyer here.
Speakers: Stephen Hockman QC (Chair), William Upton and Gordon Wignall
Venue: 6 Pump Court Chambers, Temple, London
Date: Monday 11th July 2016
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
Contact: Bridget Tough firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7797 8456 to book places or make enquiries.
More details available in the attached flyer. Final list of speakers may change. The seminar will qualify for 2 CPD points. If the event is over-subscribed it will be repeated in the autumn. Acceptances will be made on a first-come first-placed basis.
Details of the first seminar in the series available here – Environmental Permitting Masterclass (29th June) and places are still available.
We do hope you will be able to join us.