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As well as Sarah, a host of eminent speakers will be taking part in this popular annual event, which is returning to London’s Marriott Marble Arch Hotel as a hybrid event where delegates can either choose to view the event live in person or watch this virtually, via APIL’s dedicated conference app. All delegates attending in person will also have access to the virtual programme, where they can watch this back – on demand – over a period of six months.
After an introduction to the event by Chris Deacon, Co-ordinator of APIL International SIG and Partner at Stewarts, and Jatinder Paul, Secretary of APIL’s International SIG and Senior Associate at Irwin Mitchell, Sarah Crowther QC will commence the programme of talks on the subject of ‘Developments in Jurisdiction’. Her talk will cover the legal landscape following Brexit and common law gateways. Sarah will also discuss the outcome of Brownlie (2) in the Supreme Court where she led Daniel Clarke and Joshua Cainer to act on behalf of Lady Brownlie in FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC (Appellant) v Brownlie  UKSC 45. Read a summary of the case here: https://www.outertemple.com/fs-cairo-nile-plaza-llc-v-brownlie-2021-uksc-45/
• Interest on damages and enforcement of UK judgments overseas: A comparative analysis
• Panel session: Interest on damages and enforcement of UK judgments overseas – a comparative analysis (continued): A pan-European perspective
• Aviation claims: The fractured unification of the Montreal Convention
• Developments in package travel
• Griffiths v TUI: The debate on uncontroverted expert evidence in holiday sickness claims and the wider impact on travel claims and civil litigation
• Employer’s liability in an international context
• Accommodation claims: the roulette of the applicable law
If you would like to discuss Sarah’s talk and her expertise in this area please contact Paul Barton on +44 (0)20 7427 4907.