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Ian Denham

Ian Denham announced as Representative for England & Wales on the PEOPIL General Board

We are pleased to announce that Outer Temple barrister Ian Denham has been appointed as the new Representative for England and Wales on the PEOPIL General Board. On Thursday 15th September 2022, PEOPIL announced their new General Board members on the eve of the Annual Conference in Copenhagen. Ian succeeds Philip Mead of 12KBW who steps down after completing his time in this role. Ian will continue to represent the interests of PEOPIL members from England & Wales, which has one of the largest memberships by country. The Board is presided over by Spanish lawyer Ana Romero. Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL) PEOPIL was founded in 1996 by a group of personal injury lawyers practicing in various…

News, Travel 15 Sep, 2022

“Seeking Justice Following Tragedy – Ian Denham and guests at the Travel Law Conference 2022

Ian Denham hosted a panel session on seeking justice following tragedy at Outer Temple’s Travel Law Conference in Manchester with guests Thomas Ricard, Mark Harvey and Jennifer Lund. The recording is now available. Outer Temple Chambers hosted a Travel Law Conference in Manchester on 17th March 2022 together with a selection of esteemed guests from the travel law industry. This was a hybrid event and the recordings are now available online. The last session of the day was “Seeking Justice Following Tragedy”. Chaired by Head of the Travel Law Team, Ian Denham, panel members were: Thomas Ricard (J.P. Karsenty & Associés)Mark Harvey (Hugh James)Jennifer Lund (Irwin Mitchell) Watch the discussion; Seeking Justice Following Tragedy About the presenters Ian Denham, Barrister Ian…

Webinars & Vlogs, Travel Vlogs, Travel 25 Apr, 2022

RTA abroad

Scott v AIG: The scope of article 4(3) Rome II and the meaning of “the tort/delict”

Ian Denham recently acted for the successful respondent in an appeal concerning the scope of article 4(3) of the Rome II Regulation. The Claimant had been on holiday in France when she was involved in a road traffic accident with an uninsured vehicle. An issue arose as to whether the claim against the motor insurer of the vehicle in which she was travelling was governed by English or French law. In this article, Ian reviews the judgment of HHJ Platts in Scott v AIG which provides a helpful summary of the existing case law on article 4 of Rome II and considers what is meant by the term ‘the tort/delict’ when weighing whether article 4(3) should displace the presumptive applicable…

Travel, Travel 10 Nov, 2021

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