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You are invited to join Outer Temple Chambers’ Professional Negligence experts, David E. Grant KC, Gus Baker and, Jeremy Scott-Joynt, who will be speaking alongside an array of experts during this full-day conference.
Other speakers include Helen Evans KC of 4 New Square, Simon Arnold and Georgia Purnell of 3 Hare Court, Samuel Morley of Hawkins-Architect, Philip Demetriou and Adrian Caley of DISCO EMEA, and Kevin Wonnacott of Wonnacott Consulting Limited.
The event will be chaired by Jayna Patel, Partner at Dutton Gregory and PNLA South of England Representative. High Court Judge, Honourable Mr Justice Adam Constable will give a keynote address.
A full agenda is available on the PNLA website and topics will include; Recent case law and practice including solicitors’ duties and responsibilities, the architect expert’s perspective, AI applied to e-disclosure, a case study discussion session and more.
Venue: Outer Temple Chambers
Date: Thursday, 12th October 2023
Registration: Registration details and an agenda can be found on the PNLA website. This event is available to members and non-members.
David E.Grant, Barrister
David E. Grant KC is a chancery and commercial practitioner with specialist expertise in pensions, trusts, tax, will and estates, professional negligence, financial services, asset recovery, insolvency and employment. He has extensive advocacy experience in courts and tribunals up to the European Court of Justice. He has also attended numerous mediations and round table meetings in a wide variety of cases.
Gus Baker, Barrister
Gus’ practice focuses on employment, pensions, commercial litigation, international arbitration and professional negligence. He is recommended by Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners as a “rising star” and “up and coming” junior barrister. Gus regularly instructed to advise and represent clients in courts and tribunals at all levels and has appeared in the High Court, the Court of Appeal, and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Jeremy Scott-Joynt, Barrister
Jeremy’s primary areas of practice include business crime, regulation and commercial litigation in particular financial crime, investigation and regulation, in both the public and private sectors. More widely, he acts in commercial and regulatory cases involving cryptoassets and data protection/privacy issues.
Events 10 Aug, 2023