APIL’s third accidents abroad conference will take place at the luxury 5* Grange City Hotel, London
The packed one-day programme will see leading and specialist practitioners bringing you up-to-date in the latest and most recent developments on cross-border and international claims.
Please see the conference flyer for the full programme.
Plenary sessions include:
Jurisdiction in cross-border personal injury: England & Wales
- Speakers: Sarah Crowther QC, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers, London
- Will Young, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers, London
Package travel reform – The new regulations
- Speaker: Alex Carrington, Barrister, 12 King's Bench Walk, London
David vs Goliath: Helping holidaymakers to take on tour operators when things go wrong
- Speaker: Jatinder Paul, Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell, Birmingham
X v Kuoni: Does this decision mark the ‘death’ of package travel personal injury law?
- Speaker: Matthew Chapman QC, Barrister, 1 Chancery Lane, London
Driverless cars and drones – An international legal dilemma for modern technological times?
- Speakers: Max Archer, Barrister, 12KBW, London
- Julian Chamberlayne, Head of International Injury, Stewarts, London
- Neil Ingram, Head of Motor Product Management, Direct Line Group, Bromley
Compative panel sessions and case studies - Jurisdiction and applicable law:
- Jurisdiction: England vs. The Continent
- Applicable law on liability
- Quantum – a focus on future losses
Panel sessions chaired by:
Alberto Cedillo, Co-ordinator of APIL’s International SIG, Alberto Perez Cedillo Spanish Lawyers and Solicitors Limited, London
Spain: Alberto Cedillo, Alberto Perez Cedillo Spanish Lawyers and Solicitors Limited, London
David Sanchez Almagro, Estudio Jurídico Almagro S.L.P, Madrid
England & Wales: Katherine Allen, Hugh James Solicitors, London
Paul McClorry, Hudgell Solicitors, Leeds
France: Thomas Ricard, JP Karsenty & Associés, Paris
Valerie Augros, Avocat à la Cour, Paris
Italy: Claudio Ceriani, SCF Studio Legale, Milan
Paola Voghera, SCF Studio Legale, Milan