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The Civil Law Podcast

News, Podcasts 25th January 2024

Compulsory ADR in Civil Disputes?

Host Timothy Salisbury is joined by Antonia Ford to discuss mediation in the context of civil litigation. They also discuss the recent case of James Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council [2023] EWCA Civ 1416 in which the Court of Appeal confirmed that the civil courts have the power to stay proceedings and require the […]

News, Podcasts 18th December 2023

Personal Injury and Injury to Feelings in the Employment Tribunal

This Episode, Louisa Simpson speaks with Pump Court’s Emma Sole about all things Personal Injury in the Employment Tribunal. Topics include in what circumstances one might consider seeking damages for PI in the ET (and not the civil courts), the cross-over with Injury to Feelings awards, medical evidence, directions and case management. Whilst this podcast […]

News, Podcasts 30th November 2023

Disclosure in inquests

This episode, Timothy Salisbury speaks to Pump Court’s Shona Love about disclosure in inquests, including how coroners approach sensitive and classified material. Shona has just returned from a secondment working for HM Senior Coroner for the Inner South District of Greater London. To get in touch with us, for any feedback, queries or suggestions of […]

News, Podcasts 16th November 2023

Relying on the findings of other bodies in professional regulatory proceedings

Listen to Episode 2 of The Civil Law Podcast from Pump Court Chambers. One of our three regular hosts, Louisa Simpson, speaks with Pump Court’s Tim Akers about evidence in professional regulatory proceedings – in particular relying on the findings of other bodies: if and when it is admissible, and if so for what purposes. […]

News, Podcasts 2nd November 2023

Introducing The Civil Law Podcast from Pump Court Chambers, a new podcast covering topics of interest from across the civil jurisdiction

In this first episode, the regular hosts, Timothy Salisbury, Louisa Simpson, and Chris Stead, discuss three significant recent cases in the civil law sphere: Majid Ali v HSF Logistics Polska SP Zoo [2023] EWHC 2159 (KB) – on illegality defences in credit hire claims; R (on the application of ASLEF and ors) v Secretary of […]


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