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PNLA Online Conference

Watch the recording: PNLA Online Conference – Speaker Q&A

Outer Temple Chambers sponsored the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association Online Conference, hosting their live closing event. Barristers Richard Hitchcock KC, Nicholas Hill, and Helen Pugh joined the panel for a Q&A which is now available free on-demand. The PNLA Online Conference consists of 7 hours of filmed talks on a wide range of topics related to professional negligence. These are all available to subscribers online and was followed by a (free to view) closing event hosted at chambers. Watch the PNLA Closing Session Katy Manley, PNLA President, provides a summary of the conference with her thanks to all involved below. Professional negligence and liability update conference ‘The New Normal’ 2022 – why is it such a fantastic conference? The PNLA…

Commercial Vlogs, Webinars & Vlogs 16 Nov, 2022

Outer Temple to sponsor PNLA online conference and host live closing event

Outer Temple Chambers will be sponsoring the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (PNLA) online conference as well as hosting their live closing event on 1st November 2022. Barristers, Richard Hitchcock KC, Nicholas Hill, and Helen Pugh will be speaking. Outer Temple will be sponsoring the upcoming PNLA online conference, to be held on 1st November 2022. This will be followed by a closing event that we will be hosting at chambers. The Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (PNLA), are an organisation who specialise in resolving disputes between professionals and their clients. Our barristers, Richard Hitchcock QC, Nicholas Hill, and Helen Pugh will all be speaking at the conference. Richard Hitchcock KC will be speaking on, ‘Some thoughts on Limitation: Knowledge and Concealment’,…

Events 26 Sep, 2022

Remote hearings and electronic bundles – reflections on the Lloyds GMP case

Practical tips for remote hearings and electronic bundles – Nicholas Hill reflects on a seven-day trial by Skype in the Lloyds GMP litigation. Nicholas Hill recently acted, led by Andrew Short QC, and instructed by Ivan Walker of Walkers, for the Eighth Defendant in the second substantive trial in the Lloyds Banking Group Pension Trustees Limited GMP litigation. The 2018 Judgment [2018] EWHC 2839 (Ch) confirmed that pension scheme trustees are required to adjust non-GMP benefits to equalise overall scheme benefits. The proceedings earlier this month concern the impact of the equalisation obligation on transfers out. Judgment is awaited. Nick sets out some practical tips and observations about the use and impact of technology adopted in the recent trial. In the…

Legal Blog & Publications, News, Pensions 26 May, 2020

High Profile Financial Services and Pensions Judgment; Adams v Options SIPP UK LLP

Adams v Options SIPP UK LLP (formerly Carey Pensions UK LLP); Nicholas Hill comments on the Judgment two years in the making: clarity and relief for SIPP operators and execution only financial services businesses. In March 2018 the Chancery Division heard the high-profile test case on the liability of Carey Pensions UK LLP, a provider and administrator of self-invested pension plans (SIPPs), to the Claimant investor, whose underlying investments were alleged to have been manifestly unsuitable. A little over two years later Judgment has finally been handed down. The SIPP industry (and indeed a wide range of institutions conducting business on an execution-only basis) will welcome the Judgment. Case Note Nicholas Hill has written a short case note considering the Judgment…

Legal Blog & Publications, Financial Services 21 May, 2020

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