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The Spinal Sessions; Cauda Equina Syndrome – Talk 5: Journey of Cauda Equina from an occupational therapy & care perspective

Outer Temple Chambers hosted a conference on spinal injury, focusing on Cauda Equina Syndrome. The final talk of the day was from Maggie Sargent and Gill Creighton of Maggie Sargent & Associates, who covered the journey of Cauda Equina from an occupational therapy & care perspective. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a series of talks and discussions on spinal injury related topics. These were chaired by Eliot Woolf QC. The webinar was held on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The Spinal Sessions focused on the topic of Cauda Equina Syndrome. The fifth and final talk of the day was from Maggie Sargent and Gill Creighton (Care and Case Management Specialists) of Maggie Sargent & Associates, who covered the journey of Cauda Equina from…

Clinical Negligence, Webinars & Vlogs 4 Jul, 2022

The Spinal Sessions; Cauda Equina Syndrome – Talk 4: A legal update on cauda claim catastrophes – committals for contempt of court!

Outer Temple Chambers hosted a conference on spinal injury, focusing on Cauda Equina Syndrome on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The fourth in a series of five talks was by Tom Gibson, who gave a legal update on cauda equina claim catastrophes. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a series of talks and discussions on spinal injury related topics. These were chaired by Eliot Woolf QC. The webinar was held on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The Spinal Sessions focused on the topic of Cauda Equina Syndrome. The fourth talk of the day was by Outer Temple’s Tom Gibson, who gave a legal update on cauda claim catastrophes. Tom Gibson looks at two case studies with in his presentation; ‘Calderdale and Huddersfield v Metcalf’ and ‘North…

Clinical Negligence, Webinars & Vlogs 4 Jul, 2022

The Spinal Sessions; Cauda Equina Syndrome – Talk 3: The rehabilitation of Cauda Equina Syndrome patients

Outer Temple Chambers hosted a conference on spinal injury, focusing on Cauda Equina Syndrome, on 23rd June 2022. The third talk of the day was by Consultant in Neurorehabilitation, Dr Naveen Kumar, who covered the rehabilitation of Cauda Equine Syndrome patients. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a series of talks and discussions on spinal injury related topic, chaired by Eliot Woolf QC. The webinar was held on Thursday 23rd June 2022. ‘The Spinal Sessions’ focused on the topic of Cauda Equina Syndrome. The third talk of the day was by Consultant in Neurorehabilitation, Dr Naveen Kumar, who covered the rehabilitation of Cauda Equine Syndrome patients. Dr Naveen Kumar is a Consultant in Spinal Injuries at MCSI based at Robert Jones & Agnes…

Clinical Negligence, Webinars & Vlogs 4 Jul, 2022

The Spinal Sessions; Cauda Equina Syndrome – Talk 2: A legal update on liability, delay in diagnosis, consent and causation

Outer Temple Chambers hosted a conference on spinal injury, focusing on Cauda Equina Syndrome on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The second talk of the day was by Jonathan Hand QC and Daniel Clarke. They gave a legal update on liability, delay in diagnosis and treatment, consent and causation. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a series of talks and discussions on spinal injury related topics. These were chaired by Eliot Woolf QC. The webinar was held on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The Spinal Sessions focused on the topic of Cauda Equina Syndrome. The second talk of the day was by Jonathan Hand QC and Daniel Clarke who gave a legal update on, liability, delay in diagnosis & treatment, Consent and causation. Jonathan and…

Clinical Negligence, Webinars & Vlogs 4 Jul, 2022

The Spinal Sessions; Cauda Equina Syndrome – Talk 1: Diagnosis, surgical timing and causation

Outer Temple Chambers hosted a conference on spinal injury, focusing on Cauda Equina Syndrome in June 2022. The first in a series of five talks was by Consultant Neurosurgeon, John Leach, where he covered diagnosis, surgical timing and causation. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a series of talks and discussions, chaired by Eliot Woolf QC, on spinal injury related topics; The Spinal Sessions, Cauda Equina Syndrome. The webinar was held on Thursday 23rd June 2022. The first talk of the day was by Consultant Neurosurgeon, John Leach, who covered diagnosis, surgical timing and causation. John Leach is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with sub-specialty interests in spinal surgery, including tumours. He has a particular expertise in neck conditions including neck and arm pain, disc…

Clinical Negligence, Webinars & Vlogs 4 Jul, 2022

David Russell QC published in ‘Lexis Middle East HR Alert’

Outer Temple’s David Russell QC was recently published in the Case Focus section of LexisNexis’ June 2022 Edition of ‘Lexis Middle East HR Alert’. ‘Lexis Middle East HR Alert’ is a magazine by LexisNexis providing HR professionals with relevant fast-moving legal changes and business developments impacting HR in the Middle East. Within the Case Focus section, David Russell QC addresses a DIFC Court proceeding case entitled ‘The Industrial Group Ltd v Abdelazim EI Shikh El Fadil Hamid’. The case involves allegations of a previous employee dishonestly transferring company group funds to his personal bank account. Within the Case Focus, David explores: what happened, the outcome and any particularly significant aspects of the case. Please click here to access the full…

Legal Blog & Publications, International 24 Jun, 2022

Deborah Sabalot published by LexisNexis Butterworths

One of Outer Temple’s Professional Associates Deborah Sabalot, has recently been published by LexisNexis Butterworths. Her handbook is entitled ‘Butterworths Securities and Financial Services Law Handbook 23rd edition’. ‘Butterworths Securities and Financial Services Law Handbook 23rd edition’ by Deborah Sabalot, has been described as the most comprehensive curation of consolidated UK legislative material on the financial services industry. Presented across two volumes, this annual handbook brings together the primary, secondary and European legislation which forms the regulatory framework for the financial services industry. To complete this comprehensive work, lists or tables of all amending enactments are included at the beginning of each Act, statutory instrument and European Directive and Regulation. Click here to view where you can purchase the handbook.…

Legal Blog & Publications, News, Financial Services 17 Jun, 2022

ames Counsell QC and Olinga Tahzib published in APIL

James Counsell QC and Olinga Tahzib published in APIL’s PI Focus

James Counsell QC and Olinga Tahzib have recently contributed to an article, entitled ‘Picking up the Pieces’, in the June edition of APIL’s ‘PI Focus’. The article draws practitioners’ attention to ‘must read’ guidance provided by Johnson J in the case of TVZ and Ors v Manchester City Football Club Ltd [2022] EWHC 7 (QB).  In eight conjoined claims for psychiatric injuries caused by non-recent sexual abuse by Barry Bennell, the Court ruled that the Claimants would have been entitled to separate awards for pain, suffering and loss of amenity and for the abuse itself, had they been successful on liability and two of the Claimants would have been awarded substantial damages for loss of earnings as professional footballers.  Please…

Legal Blog & Publications, News, Personal Injury 16 Jun, 2022

Bianca Venkata

Bianca Venkata has written an article for Lexis® PSL on The Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022.

Bianca Venkata has recently been published in Lexis Nexis® PSL. Her article looks at The Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022 and is available now online. Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022 (PSPJOA 2022) was given Royal Assent on 10 March 2022. Following a detailed report on the need to reform public sector pensions, the ruling in the McCloud and Sargeant case, a cost control valuation, and a review conducted by the Senior Salaries Review Body, the government introduced the PSPJOA 2022. The key measures, including the removal of discriminatory transitional provisions and of the final salary link, alongside the introduction of the cost control mechanism have meant public sector pension schemes are arguably fairer. In…

Legal Blog & Publications, Pensions 13 Jun, 2022

David Russell QC and Justina Stewart to speak at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges

David Russell QC and Justina Stewart are due to be speaking at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges this evening. Outer Temple’s David Russell QC and Justina Stewart will be speaking at FIRE Middle East & TL4 Disputes: MENA Asset Recovery and Enforcement Challenges which is being hosted by Keidan Harrison. The event will take place this evening from 6pm-9pm at Ashworth Centre, Lincoln’s Inn. The event is free to attend, click here to register now. Find out more: David Russell QC commenced legal practice in 1974. He is admitted to practise in Australia, England and Wales (Lincoln’s Inn), the Courts of the Dubai International Financial Centre, New York (as a Legal Consultant), New Zealand…

Events, International 9 Jun, 2022

James Counsell QC APIL Conference article

James Counsell QC to speak at APIL Abuse Conference 2022

James Counsell QC will be speaking at the APIL Abuse Conference 2022, which is being held in association with ACAL. The event will take place on 23th June 2022. Outer Temple’s James Counsell QC, is due to be speaking at this year’s 14th annual APIL Abuse Conference 2022, held in association with ACAL. The conference will be held at the Marriot Marble Arch Hotel in London on the 23rd of June. This will be a hybrid event; delegates and attendees will choose whether they would like to attend in person or virtually. Topics for this event include: Survivors of sexual abuse and the criminal justice systemClient welfare and the role of the ISVAVicarious liabilityThe latest on failure to remove claimsClaims…

Events, Personal Injury 31 May, 2022

Beach Paul Rogers Case

Paul Rogers acted for Sussex Police in Inquest into tragic drowning accident

Outer Temple’s Paul Rogers acted for Sussex police in the Inquest into the death of Ms Blessing Olesegun. This involved the tragic death by drowning of a 21-year-old woman. In September 2021, A 21-year-old woman was found dead on the shore of Bexhill seafront. She was found clothed on the beach and further along the beach her shoes, mobile telephone and some other personal items were found together. It was confirmed by her post-mortem that she had unfortunately drowned. Dr Rycroft, Consultant Pathologist has said that “There is nothing to suggest there was a third-party involvement that caused her to be in the sea”. H.M. Senior Coroner Alan Craze recorded a conclusion of accidental death. Paul Rogers was instructed by…

News, Inquests & Inquiries 27 May, 2022

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