Entries by edwardlamb

Complete Council Pro-Vide Law – Mild TBI; Is it all in your head?

28th February 2024, 3.30pm–5pm Charles Feeny with Professor Gus Baker and Dr Christopher Plowman, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologists will be presenting a seminar: Mild TBI; Is it all in your head? Looking at issues on diagnosis and prognosis in claims following Mild TBI Exposition of key issues and hot tub based on fictional but typical case.

Costs interim payments: to pay or not to pay?

It is clear that many law firms are feeling the pinch with the slow-down in work brought about by the current corona virus pandemic. Despite efforts to increase the number of cases being heard online the number moving through the system clearly remains low. This will inevitably impact upon firms’ cash-flow. One area where Claimant […]

Event: Association versus Causation: Epidemiology versus the law? Part II – Logic or Experience? Thursday, 6 February 2020

Date: Thursday, 6 February 2020 Venue: DWF, 20 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3AG – Directions Programme 4:00 Registration 4:30 Introduction by Chair, Charles Feeny 4:35 Professor Maurice Zeegers – Forensic Epidemiology and Probabilistic Causation 5:10 Professor Jon Beard – Pathology and Risk Factors in DVT 5:30 Short break 5:35 Case Study Panel with Professor Zeegers, Professor […]

Asbestos & the Law Conference – 28th September 2018

Asbestos & the Law Conference 28th September 2018 Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AQ Chair: Mr. Peter Cowan, Counsel Contact MAVS to book on 0151 236 1895 APIL ACCREDITED 6CPD HOURS Speakers Professor Sir Anthony Newman-Taylor CBE, FRCP, FFOM, FMedSci, President’s Envoy for Health Imperial College London, Director of Research & Development NHLI Imperial […]