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Webinar Archive

Webinar Archive 9th July 2020

Tax and Pensions – What Every Solicitor Needs to Know Webinar

In our first Virtual Winchester Breakfast Briefing ‘Tax and Pensions – What Every Solicitor Needs to Know’ we were delighted to have been joined by guest speaker Sofia Thomas, a family law tax expert. Sofia is an engaging speaker. She has recently co-authored a book to assist family lawyers dealing with tax issues. The foreword […]

Webinar Archive 2nd July 2020

Digital Documents use in Proceedings and Issues of Manipulation

Pump Court Chambers Family Finance Team is pleased to bring you Digital Documents use in Proceedings and Issues of Manipulation. We were delighted to be joined by District Judge Peter Devlin who alongside Helen Brander provided practitioners with a valuable and in-depth update on the law, practice and procedure in these uncertain times.     Topics […]

Webinar Archive 27th June 2020

Judging and Advocacy in Virtual Court Hearings – An International Experience

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our webinar ‘Judging and Advocacy in Virtual Court Hearings – An International Experience’ part of our “Legal Lockdown Series” of online seminars. The COVID-19 Pandemic has only served to accelerate the use of remote hearings to determine disputes. As an important means of broadening access to justice, there is […]

Webinar Archive 23rd June 2020

Remote Final/Fact Finding Hearings – Arguments For and Against

A new issue for these Covid-19 times: Courts are being invited to decide whether a case is or is not suitable for a remote final hearing or remote fact-finding hearing. This webinar will present the key arguments from the wealth of new guidance and case-law on this topic. It will cover both financial remedy and children hearings. Penny […]

Webinar Archive 17th June 2020

Dishonesty in the Criminal Courts

In ‘Dishonesty in the Criminal Courts’ Tim Akers and Alejandra Llorente Tascon explore the evolution of the test for ‘dishonesty’, from R v Ghosh [1982] EWCA Crim 2, to the present-day test in Ivey v Genting Casinos [2017] UKSC 67. The webinar will also explore the applicability of the Ivey test for ‘dishonesty’ in criminal courts following the Court of Appeal’s […]

Webinar Archive 11th June 2020

Court of Protection Update Part 2

Pump Court Chambers are pleased to invite you to our Court of Protection Update Part 2 Webinar. In the second of this two part webinar series counsel Margaret Pine-Coffin will provide practitioners with a valuable and in-depth update on the law, practice and procedure in this uncertain world.     Topics include: DOLS The COVID […]

Webinar Archive 9th June 2020

A Guide to TOLATA Claims

Pump Court Chambers is pleased to invite you to our forthcoming A Guide to TOLATA Claims Webinar. Jack Rundall and Mark Ablett provide a valuable and in-depth updates for all practitioners at this lunchtime webinar.     Topics include: Pre-action guidance Equitable accounting, to deal with home improvements, account for mortgage and occupation rent Part […]

Webinar Archive 4th June 2020

Court of Protection Update – Part 1

Pump Court Chambers are pleased to invite you to our Court of Protection Update Webinar. In the first of this two part webinar series counsel Margaret Pine-Coffin will provide practitioners with a valuable and in-depth update on the law, practice and procedure in this uncertain world.   COVID-19 – Problems encountered – The regulations – […]

Webinar Archive 28th May 2020

Parental Alienation

In this webinar counsel, Andrew Grime considers the practical consequences of parenting in a pandemic, the President of the Family Division’s Guidance on compliance with Child Arrangement Orders and a review of the recent case law on parental alienation, including the options available to practitioners.   Topics covered: Parenting in a Pandemic: Coronavirus Crisis: Guidance on […]

Webinar Archive 18th May 2020

Lockdown Frustration The Impact of COVID-19 on Contractual Frustration and Force Majeure

This webinar will address the impact of the pandemic and consequent lockdown upon contractual obligations. It will look at the doctrine of frustration and address force majeure with a view to how the Courts of England and Wales will deal with the legal backlash that will inevitably take place as the UK and the rest […]

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