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APIL Conference, London – Outer Temple Chambers as main sponsor

Outer Temple Chambers is proud to be main sponsor of APIL’s second ‘Accidents Abroad’ conference. The event takes place on Thursday, 3 November 2016, in London with speakers from the Outer Temple Health team, Gerard McDermott QC, Sarah Crowther and Matthew Stockwell. Discussions will cover topics of high importance including the impact of Brexit on cross-border claims, class actions and collective redress, claims against the MIB and Foreign Guarantee Funds, serving proceedings in cross-border PI cases, periodical payment orders and security of funding in the international claims context and more. The programme, full list of speakers and registration form are available here.

Events 17 Aug, 2016

Outer Temple sponsors joint conference between ARCS & APIL

We are pleased to announce that Outer Temple Chambers is sponsoring a joint conference between the Spanish Personal Injury Lawyers Association (ARCS) and APIL. The event has been organised to take place in Granada, Spain, on 9 – 11 June, and it opens with a visit to the Alhambra Palace. The organisers advise that the conference is “designed to provide delegates with the up to date knowledge and tools needed to successfully look after their international Anglo-Spanish clients.” Click here for more details of the event.

Events 28 Apr, 2016

“Wheelpower Inter Spinal Unit Games 2016” welcomes participants

Starting on Tuesday 12th April, over 90 hospital patients from each spinal injury centre across the UK and Ireland will participate in the Inter Spinal Unit Games, organised by WheelPower at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. Outer Temple Chambers is pleased to be one of the event’s sponsors and contribute to life quality improvement of paralysed people. Graham Woods, OTC Business Development Director, will attend the open morning on Tuesday. The Inter Spinal Unit Games are designed to introduce wheelchair sport to those who have recently had their lives changed after a traumatic injury or illness. Participants will be given the opportunity of a week long sports experience, which is among others, an excellent social interaction. “The Inter Spinal Unit Games are…

Events 10 Apr, 2016

Charity Music Gala

David Smith, Business Development Director and founder of Legal Harmony (the charity choir competition for lawyers), is arranging a Charity Music Gala on 8th June 2016, at Central Hall Westminster. Lesley Garrett CBE and the National Symphony Orchestra, together with a massed choir of 180 solicitors, barristers and support staff, all singers from some of the most well-known national and international law firms and chambers, will perform a variety of much loved songs and opera classics. All proceeds will go to three charities AvMA, London Legal Support Trust and Sparks Children’s Medical Research. Tickets will be available from 1st March 2016. Further information can be found here.

Events 10 Feb, 2016

Outer Temple holds spinal cord injury special interest meeting

Outer Temple Chambers is holding a spinal cord injury special interest meeting, on Monday 29th February 2016. Speakers include: Gerard McDermott QC, Outer Temple Chambers, on causation in spinal injury. Stephen Glynn, Chambers of Andrew Ritchie QC, speaking about the latest on small claims, whiplash and clinical negligence and current APIL activity. Dr Philip Yoong, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, on spinal imaging. In order to book a place, please click here.

Events 21 Jan, 2016

Managing personal injury cases in the USA

The Personal Injury and Travel teams at Outer Temple Chambers are pleased to welcome Sean Driscoll from the renowned Clifford Law Firm in Chicago, who will give an introduction to the management of PI Claims in the United States on Wednesday 25th November. A leading medical malpractice and personal injury attorney, Sean will discuss and illustrate some of the features of running a PI case in a 75 minute seminar. Although there are many similarities between our respective approaches in managing a PI case there are also some significant differences. Sean has extensive trial experience. He was named one of Chicago’s Top 40 under 40 Attorneys in 2011 by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company. He has also been recognised by…

Events 16 Nov, 2015

Outer Temple Chambers supports APIL “Accidents Abroad” Conference

APIL are holding a full day conference on Accidents Abroad at Kingsway Hall Hotel (London, UK) on November the 17th. David Westcott QC is one of three speakers on “The Discount Rate, PPO’s and Security of Funding in the International Claims Context” alongside Julian Chamberlayne (Partner and Head of Travel Law at Stewarts Law) and Chris Daykin (Actuary). Sarah Crowther is also talking on the day about “Claims against the MIB and EU Motor Insurance Directives”. Gerard McDermott QC will be chairing the whole day. Outer Temple Chambers is pleased to sponsor the event.

Events 26 Oct, 2015

David Russell QC is due to speak at The 8th European Conference on Tax Advisers’ Professional Affairs

Outer Temple Chambers is pleased to announce that David Russell QC, is due to speak at The 8th European Conference on Tax Advisers’ Professional Affairs, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on Friday, 13 November 2015. The event is organised by The Confédération Fiscale Européenne (CFE), the European federation of tax advisers. “Big data – a threat to taxpayer rights?” is the topic of the conference and David Russell will speak in the session entitled “the new focus on taxpayer rights”. As the protection of taxpayers’ rights is the role of the tax adviser, the conference will ask whether this concept requires adaptation in a digital tax world based on fair competition, transparency and information exchange. Details of the full programme and booking…

Events 27 Sep, 2015

Transition to adult care and support under the Care Act 2014

The Care Act 2014 contains important new rights for children with care and support needs and their young carers as they approach adulthood. This session will explain the new duties on local authorities to carry out a “child’s needs assessment”, “child’s carers assessment” or “young carer’s assessment”. We will also cover other changes made in the Care Act to promote a smooth transition to adulthood, and how these relate to education, health and care plans under the Children and Families Act 2014.

Events 1 Jul, 2015

Matthew Stockwell is presenting at APIL seminar 11th June, Manchester

Running a brain injury case – the fundamentals: an essential introduction for any practitioner wishing to handle a case involving a brain injury. This one-day course will help you address the difficulties of representing people with injuries that might not always be visible but which can have a devastating affect on their personality and behaviours, with severe consequences for them and everyone around them. 11/06/2015, Manchester, Crowne Plaza, 9:30am – 5:00pm, registration from 9:00am. For full details and to book click here.

Events 18 May, 2015

Part 1 of the Care Act 2014 breakfast seminars

Outer Temple invites you to its spring seminars on the Care Act 2014. We are running 4 seminars looking at different aspects of the Act. You are welcome to attend all or select the topics which appeal to you most. Care and support under the Care Act 2014 – an introduction to Part 1 of the Act 14th May 2015, 08:30 to 10:00. The Care Act 2014 replaces a patchwork of social care legislation with a single system intended to establish eligibility for care and support for adults with needs, and for carers. This session will cover the new “wellbeing” principles underpinning the Act, who is entitled to an assessment, how the new national eligibility framework will be applied, the…

Events 6 May, 2015

Paying for care under the Care Act 2014

The Care Act repeals the old system under which there was a duty to charge for residential care services and a power to charge for residential care. Section 14 of the Act, new regulations and guidance set out the new system under which authorities have a power but not a duty to charge for care and support. This session will look at what is likely to carry over from the old system and what is new, including the “guiding principles” for charging, new deferred payments regime, the repeal of local authorities’ powers to place a charge, charges and “self funders” and possible charging of carers. We will also look forward to the implementation of the “care cap” in 2016.

Events 30 Apr, 2015

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