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Claims involving multiple defendants are often complex in terms of the facts, the law and the expert evidence.
This webinar will bring you up to date with key principles and case law, including the recent and important case of Jabang v Wadman & Ors  EWHC 1993 (QB).
Join former APIL presidents John McQuater and Mathew Stockwell as they help you to deal confidently and capably with the following issues:
- Who to sue?
- How to protect your client's position in relation to costs?
- What is the difference between ‘joint’ and ‘several’ liability?
- Has your client suffered a ‘divisible’ or ‘indivisible’ injury?
- When to consider ‘vicarious liability’ and ‘non-delegable’ duties?
- How to investigate, manage and prepare multiple defendant cases effectively?
- How to make effective use of settlement negotiations and offers in multiple defendant cases?
- How do Part 36 and QOCS operate in multiple defendant cases?
- How do personal injury and clinical negligence claims compare?