Webinar Invitation: An Update on Abuse
Outer Temple Chambers would like to invite you to a lunch-time briefing update on Abuse Claims on Wednesday 27th May 2020.
- Reviewing two High Court decisions: DSN v Blackpool Football Club and BXB v Watchtower
- Costs: the impact of the Defendants’ approach before and during trial
- Limitation climate: is it possible to forecast?
- Consequence for vicarious liability following Supreme Court decisions in Barclays and Morrisons
James specialises in acting for claimants in historical and more recent sex abuse claims against religious organisations, schools, the scouts and against football clubs and other sporting bodies. He has acted for the successful Claimants in both cases being reviewed at this event.
Patrick has expertise in historical and present day abuse claims stemming from a wide variety of settings including religious institutions and groups, schools, care and foster homes, football clubs, youth and scouting groups and family settings, as well as in local authority “failure to remove” claims post CN –v- Poole. Patrick was Lead Counsel in the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry (2013-2016) and the IICSA investigation into sexual abuse of children in the care of the Nottingham Councils (2017-2019).
Paul is currently instructed in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. He has been instructed as Junior Counsel to the Inquiry on three different strands: Child Migration case study, children in the care of Nottinghamshire Councils, and child sexual exploitation by organised networks.
Date: 27th May 2020
Time: 12.00 via Zoom
CPD: 1 hour
To book a place at this webinar please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and receive Zoom log in details
Barristers: James Counsell QC | Patrick Sadd | Paul Livingston
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