Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
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Personal injury legal webinars

Personal injury webinar

Personal injury webinars are one of the most cost effective and efficient methods of topping up your CPD hours. With an array of popular speakers, APIL webinars are delivered straight to your computer, so you need not leave the comfort of your own desk!

Each webinar is accredited with 1 CPD hour and includes a Q&A session, should you need the speaker to clarify any issues. Each registration includes on-demand access to the recording, accessible for up to six months after the webinar, so you are able to watch the presentation at any time, at your own leisure.

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Live webinars

5
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Children and personal injury litigation (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar looks at the practical implications of acting for children injured in personal injury cases and the steps that need to be taken to ensure that a child claimant is properly represented and... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

13
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Fatal accidents: Seeing the client for the first time, preparing the client for the inquest and attending the inquest (LIVE WEBINAR)
This is the first of five webinars which will take you through the essential first meeting with the client, discussion and advice about funding and retainers and also preparing for an attending an... Find out more
Presented by: Hilary Wetherell

14
Oct
13:00 - 14:00
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Making serious injury litigation work for all stakeholders (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by APIL brain injury special interest group secretary David Withers of Irwin Mitchell, Sheffield , and Helen Kanczes, Senior Associate of Clyde and Co, Manchester will... Find out more
Presented by: Helen Kanczes & David Withers

16
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Costs update - 3rd quarter (LIVE WEBINAR)
The webinar, presented by APIL joint vice-president Brett Dixon, and current costs special interest group co-ordinator Gary Barker will cover: The October rule changes The latest on guideline... Find out more
Presented by: Gary Barker & Brett Dixon

23
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: John McQuater

26
Oct
10:00 - 11:00
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Serving by email: avoiding the traps (LIVE WEBINAR)
2020 has seen much greater use of email not just for routine correspondence but for service of documents. Whilst APIL and FOIL have agreed Best Practice, many defendants are not following, or are... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater

26
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Understanding the law relating to fatal accidents (LIVE WEBINAR)
This is the second of a series of five webinars taking you through the essential elements you have to consider before you can advise whether a claim for fatal accident damages can be... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

27
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: John McQuater

28
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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The business of diversity (LIVE WEBINAR)
This brand new webinar presented by Amandeep Dhillon and Rajinder K Mann OBE,  will focus on the important issues surrounding diversity in business, and look in depth at: The importance of... Find out more
Presented by: Amandeep Dhillon & Rajinder K Mann OBE

30
Oct
12:00 - 13:00
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Preparing a schedule in a fatal claim (LIVE WEBINAR)
The third in a series of a five, this webinar looks at the essential elements of a claim for damages in fatal accident litigation, considering all the information necessary to draft a credible schedule in... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

2
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: John McQuater

4
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Fatal accidents: Taking care of the client and taking care of yourselves (LIVE WEBINAR)
The fourth webinar in the fatal accidents series looks at practical ways in which practitioners can avoid, or mitigate trauma to themselves when dealing with bereaved clients.  It also looks... Find out more
Presented by: Hilary Wetherell

6
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Ensuring everything goes right - avoiding the pitfalls of fatal accident litigation (LIVE WEBINAR)
The last webinar in the series looks at the potential problem areas of fatal accident litigation and considers how best to avoid them. Limitation in fatal cases Matters that can bar a fatal... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

9
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Informed consent - part one (LIVE WEBINAR)
These seminars explore the burgeoning area of informed consent in clinical negligence litigation providing a road map for litigators at all levels. The first seminar focusses on the general... Find out more
Presented by: Robin Oppenheim QC

12
Nov
10:00 - 11.00
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Dealing with psychosomatic, functional and medically unexplained symptoms in personal injury litigation (LIVE WEBINAR)
Personal injury lawyers are often faced with clients who have symptoms that seem out of proportion to their original injury.  Those treating them may be unable to explain their symptoms in terms of... Find out more
Presented by: Richard Geraghty

12
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Informed consent - part two (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar follows on from part one of the series (click here to book) It will focus on the reach of informed consent into therapeutic research, diagnostics and investigations and its practical... Find out more
Presented by: David Haines & Robin Oppenheim QC & Frederick Powell

25
Nov
13:00 - 14:00
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Presented by: Mike Benner & Sam Elsby

27
Nov
10:00 - 11.00
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Maximising rehabilitation gains in traumatic brain injury cases (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar explores the vital importance of early intervention and bespoke and meaningful rehabilitation in catastrophic brain injury cases.  Sarah Griggs, Partner at Irwin Mitchell and... Find out more
Presented by: Sarah Griggs & Mark Holloway

27
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: Frances McCarthy & John McQuater

30
Nov
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: John McQuater

4
Dec
12:00 - 13:00
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Claims for loss of earnings: The self-employed, the sportsperson and entertainer, and claims for loss of chance (LIVE WEBINAR)
A self-employed person faces particular difficulties when seeking to recover loss of earnings after being injured. This webinar looks at the particular difficulties of acting for self-employed people... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall

11
Dec
12:00 - 13:00
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Presented by: Gary Barker & Brett Dixon

11
Dec
14:00 - 15:00
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Presented by: Robin Torr

On-demand training

Our on-demand training is available for six months after the webinar broadcast, but we do suggest that you check that the content is still relevant before signing up

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Mediation on-line in personal injury and clinical negligence litigation (LIVE WEBINAR)
Long standing APIL members Paul Balen and Brian Dawson are also directors of Trust Mediation, providers of specialist mediators for personal injury and clinical negligence disputes. In this... Find out more
Presented by: Paul Balen & Brian Dawson | Publication date: 24 Sep 2020

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The employers duty of care in personal injury cases (LIVE WEBINAR)
Actions for breach of statutory duty were effectively curtailed by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.  It is important that personal injury litigators are fully aware of the nature of... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 24 Sep 2020

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Why are defendants making Calderbank offers with Part 36 offers: The tactics and counter tactics you need to know! (LIVE WEBINAR)
Defendants have taken to making Calderbank offers with Part 36 offers.   It is essential to understand the differences between Part 36 offers and Calderbank offers in order to give proper advice,... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 11 Sep 2020

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Claims for loss of earnings: recent cases and the effect of Ogden 8 (LIVE WEBINAR)
Claims for loss of earnings are a fundamental part of many actions for personal injury. It is essential that practitioners have a detailed knowledge of the way that the courts approach this issue in... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 9 Sep 2020

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Pleading (statements of case) for personal injury lawyers (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by Gordon Exall, looks at the essential rules and guidance that personal injury lawyers must know when drafting, or reviewing statements of case. What should be on the claim... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 3 Sep 2020

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Deductions from damages and mitigation of loss (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar looks at those matters that could reduce the damages a claimant receives in a personal injury case, looking firstly at deductions from damages (outside the CRU regime) and then at issues... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 11 Aug 2020

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When the sky falls in: what to do when things go wrong in litigation (LIVE WEBINAR)
At some time in their career every lawyer will make a mistake of some kind.   Very little is taught about how to deal with those mistakes and the practical steps that can be taken to rectify... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 6 Aug 2020

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The 8th edition of the 'Ogden Tables' and their practical impact (LIVE WEBINAR)
The government's new 'Actuarial Tables' were published on 17th July 2020.  Gordon Exall takes us through the significant changes introduced by the 8th edition of the... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 31 Jul 2020

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APIL quarterly review 2020 - 3rd quarter (FREE webinar)
This webinar will update you on everything you need to know about the work APIL is currently doing to support our members, and to continue to campaign for injured people. The session, presented by APIL... Find out more
Presented by: Mike Benner & Sam Elsby | Publication date: 28 Jul 2020

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Claims for medical expenses, care and work around the home (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar looks at the law and practice relating to the costs of medical treatment, care and loss of ability to do work around the home.   It covers the difficulties quantifying care in... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 23 Jul 2020

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Periodical payments and provisional damages: Law, practice and the key cases (LIVE WEBINAR)
Periodical payments and provisional damages have been a part of the legal landscape for some time now.    A knowledge of the law, procedure and key cases is essential to any practitioner... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 17 Jul 2020

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Do not get struck out and lose QOCS! (LIVE WEBINAR)
The potential loss of QOCS protection if a claim is stuck out, has led to defendants more frequently making strike out applications.   It is, accordingly, essential that claimant practitioners... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 16 Jul 2020

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Paul v Royal Wolverhampton Hospital: A change in fortune for secondary victims (LIVE WEBINAR)
Earlier in the year, Richard Baker delivered an on-demand webinar about secondary victim claims, following the decision by Master Cook to strike out claims by two secondary victims.  That decision... Find out more
Presented by: Richard Baker | Publication date: 14 Jul 2020

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Joint expert discussions (LIVE WEBINAR)
This live webinar, presented by APIL President Sam Elsby and knowledgeable speaker Nicola Heales will cover: What are expert discussions and the Court’s control of expert evidence What is... Find out more
Presented by: Sam Elsby & Nicola Heales | Publication date: 10 Jul 2020

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Paths through the labyrinth - costs and detailed assessment (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by knowledgeable and experienced speaker Benjamin Williams QC will cover: What to expect on inter partes assessment Common issues in assessments: proportionality, hourly... Find out more
Presented by: Benjamin Williams QC | Publication date: 8 Jul 2020

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Contributory negligence in personal injury and clinical negligence cases (LIVE WEBINAR)
Contributory negligence is a common feature of personal injury litigation and (sometimes) in clinical negligence cases.  This webinar takes a comprehensive look at the law relating to contributory... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 7 Jul 2020

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Expert evidence: The perils and pitfalls! (LIVE WEBINAR)
In a recent case the trial judge said of an expert report was “….one of the most egregious and naked usurpation of the functions of the court that I have ever seen.” There are... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 29 Jun 2020

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Indemnity costs: When and what will that mean?
It is important to understand when a Claimant may be entitled to seek, or be at risk of, indemnity costs – also what that will mean, particularly where costs are fixed, budgeted or capped.... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 24 Jun 2020

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PI trusts - all you need to know in 2020! (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by knowlegeable speaker, Michael Pace, will cover: Who can have one? When is one necessary? Who should have one? What are the capital limits? Is it too late to have... Find out more
Presented by: Michael Pace | Publication date: 19 Jun 2020

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Surveillance evidence: Practice, procedure and the key cases (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar deals with practice and procedure in relation to the production of surveillance evidence in personal injury cases.  The webinar will also take a detailed look at the rules and cases... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 16 Jun 2020

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Costs update - 2nd quarter (LIVE WEBINAR)
The webinar, presented by APIL immediate past-president Brett Dixon, and current costs special interest group co-ordinator Gary Barker will cover: Latest on Coronavirus procedure and hearing... Find out more
Presented by: Gary Barker & Brett Dixon | Publication date: 12 Jun 2020

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Clinical negligence update - spring 2020 (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by APIL secretary John McQuater, will look at all the latest on issues relating to clinical negligence including: Fixed costs Update on reforms Breach of... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 9 Jun 2020

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Damages in anticipation of death (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar looks at the difficult, but important, issue of how the courts award damages when a claimant has reduced life expectancy as a result of their injuries. What is the effect of a judgment... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 8 Jun 2020

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Handling the defective product claim in 2020 (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by knowledgeable speaker Mark Harvey, will cover Consumer protection after Brexit Consumer Protection Act or Consumer Rights Act?  What is a defective... Find out more
Presented by: Mark Harvey | Publication date: 5 Jun 2020

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Interlocutory applications to the court: Knowing the rules and getting them right!
At a time when most applications are going to be heard remotely, it is more important than ever that litigators know, and comply with, the rules governing making applications to court. This webinar... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 4 Jun 2020

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Cybersecurity and working safely from home (LIVE WEBINAR)
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, this brand new webinar has been scheduled to help personal injury lawyers discover the best ways to work safely from home. Presented by CEO of Wolfberry... Find out more
Presented by: Damon Rands | Publication date: 2 Jun 2020

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Expert witness training: legal conferences under the 'new normal' (LIVE WEBINAR)
APIL is very excited to announce a brand new webinar, aimed specifically at expert witnesses. The webinar, presented by Richard Baker and Ian Christian will cover: General... Find out more
Presented by: Richard Baker & Ian Christian | Publication date: 29 May 2020

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Issuing unspecified claims during COVID and the future of unspecified claims in the County Court (FREE WEBINAR)
The large majority of unspecified claims in the County Court are for personal injury. Issuing proceedings for these types of claims in the County Court during the COVID-19 pandemic, was a significant... Find out more
Presented by: His Honour Judge Bird & Justice Colin Birss & Brett Dixon & Darren Rooke & Emily Wickens | Publication date: 28 May 2020

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Lockdown leads - Maximising your LinkedIn professional profile whilst working from home (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar will be led by David Glenwright from the award-winning agency JC Social Media. In this webinar we will: Explore the key differences between profiles, pages and groups on LinkedIn.... Find out more
Presented by: David Glenwright | Publication date: 27 May 2020

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Where are we now with QOCS? (LIVE WEBINAR)
Understanding the scope, and protection given by, QOCS is essential for claimant practitioners. This webinar will review where the law has got to in 2020 including: What claims does QOCS apply to... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 22 May 2020

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APIL quarterly review 2020 - 2nd quarter (FREE webinar)
This webinar will update you on everything you need to know about the work APIL is currently doing to support our members, and to continue to campaign for injured people. The session, presented by... Find out more
Presented by: Mike Benner & Sam Elsby | Publication date: 20 May 2020

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Getting Part 36 right in 2020! (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar, presented by APIL secretary and EC member John McQuater will discuss: Why is Part 36 so important? How do you get Part 36 offers right? When is a “Part 36 offer” not a... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 18 May 2020

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Personal injury litigators and the Coronavirus (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar looks at the practical implications for personal injury lawyers that have arisen as a result of the coronavirus and social isolation. The rules, have they been changed, how long will... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 13 May 2020

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Remote video hearings and electronic bundles (LIVE WEBINAR)
This webinar presented by APIL immediate past president Brett Dixon, His Honour Judge Bird, and Master Cook who sits as a High Court Master in the Queen’s Bench Division at the Royal Courts of... Find out more
Presented by: His Honour Judge Bird & Master David Cook & Brett Dixon | Publication date: 12 May 2020

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Covid-19: Managing the impact on your firm's finances (LIVE WEBINAR)
This one hour live session will cover Financial assistance during/after Covid, including:  Furlough  Bank borrowing  Getting better payment terms on... Find out more
Presented by: Jon Cartwright & Jenny Staight | Publication date: 11 May 2020

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The fundamentals of personal injury damages (LIVE WEBINAR)
Many practitioners engage daily in the assessment of personal injury damages without a detailed knowledge of the fundamental principles, yet these principles are regularly considered by judges when... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 7 May 2020

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Data protection for PI lawyers: how the lockdown helps us to understand it (LIVE WEBINAR)
Data protection is a slippery subject at the best of times, and it can be difficult to grasp some of the abstract and dry concepts in the GDPR.   The changes forced on us by Covid 19 provide a new... Find out more
Presented by: Francis Dingwall | Publication date: 28 Apr 2020

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Becoming more COVID-19 resilient (On-demand)
This one hour session, presented by Professor Hugh Koch webinar will cover the following: Brief history of COVID-19 and it’s psychological impact Effects on lawyer wellbeing and... Find out more
Presented by: Hugh C H Koch | Publication date: 27 Apr 2020

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Fundamental dishonesty - what you need to know in 2020!
This webinar will look at all the latest on issues relating to fundamental dishonesty including: When is fundamental dishonesty relevant? What is dishonesty and when will it be fundamental? Do... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 23 Apr 2020

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What goes in the portal? A look at costs and procedural issues when higher value claims go into a low value protocol or a lower value claim goes into the PI protocol
This webinar, presented by APIL Secretary, John McQuater will cover: What is the scope of the low value protocols? When is the PI Protocol used? What happens if a higher value claim is started... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 23 Apr 2020

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Essential RTA cases - spring 2020
Drawing on the recent PI update series, this webinar covers the latest cases you need to know to win your cases on: Hire charges and self-employed clients – calculating the... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 20 Apr 2020

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Essential negligence, occupiers liability and public liability cases update - spring 2020
Drawing on the recent PI update series, this webinar covers the latest cases you need to know to win your cases on:  Consumer Protection Act 1987 – what is needed to establish a... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 20 Apr 2020

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Witness statements: the statements of truth and social isolation (On-demand)
This webinar looks at the rules and guidance for litigators drafting witness statement.   It pays particular attention to the stark warning given in the statement of truth from 6th April... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 16 Apr 2020

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The Lockdown Toolkit: guidance on practical and tactical issues facing claimant practitioners
This webinar, presented by APIL Secretary John McQuater and APIL Immediate Past President Brett Dixon will follow on from our recent Q and A session, and cover: The SRA and regulatory... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon & John McQuater | Publication date: 16 Apr 2020

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APIL coronavirus Q and A session (On-demand)
We are very excited to inform you that we have been able to get together our president, vice president, secretary, immediate past president and chief executive to deliver a very special Q & A session... Find out more
Presented by: Mike Benner & Gordon Dalyell & Brett Dixon & Sam Elsby & John McQuater | Publication date: 8 Apr 2020

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Psychiatric injury and clinical negligence claims: current issues (On-demand)
This on-demand session will explore, and explain, some important current themes in claims for psychiatric injury arising out of clinical negligence including: The distinction between primary victims... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 7 Apr 2020

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The latest on vicarious liability from the Supreme Court (On-demand)
Vicarious liability is often said to be on the move. It undoubtedly is, and the Supreme Court have been very active in this area. On the 1st April the Supreme Court will hand down judgment in WM... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 7 Apr 2020

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The key cases in fatal accident dependency claims
The means of assessment of fatal accident damages is not set out in the Fatal Accident Act, but is set out in a series of cases.   Proper representation of a claimant depends on the lawyer... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 6 Apr 2020

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Everything you need to know about Work at Height Regulation cases (On-demand)
Join APIL immediate past president, Civil Procedure Rule Committee member, and APIL senior fellow Brett Dixon, for on-demand that gives you everything you need to know, all in one place about this area of... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 1 Apr 2020

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Running construction site accidents successfully (On-demand)
Join APIL immediate past president, Civil Procedure Rule Committee member, and APIL senior fellow Brett Dixon, for on-demand that gives you everything you need to know, all in one place about this area of... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 1 Apr 2020

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Using risk assessment to win non-EL cases (On-demand)
Join APIL immediate past president, Civil Procedure Rule Committee member, and APIL senior fellow Brett Dixon, for on-demand that gives you everything you need to know, all in one place about this area of... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 1 Apr 2020

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Social media & Covid-19: Help available for personal injury lawyers during difficult times
This webinar, presented by Gordon Exall, looks at:- The ways in which PI lawyers can use social media as a resource to keep up to date in both law and procedure. (Links to useful, blogs, Twitter... Find out more
Presented by: Gordon Exall | Publication date: 31 Mar 2020

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Regulations and duties post Enterprise Act
One of a series of webinars covering the essentials in running and winning employers liability cases in the modern era. Each webinar will focus on the building blocks you need to be successful in these... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 17 Dec 2019

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The Six Pack Regulations Part I
One of a series of webinars covering the essentials in running and winning employers liability cases in the modern era. Each webinar will focus on the building blocks you need to be successful in these... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 17 Dec 2019

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Principles of negligence in employers liability
One of a series of webinars covering the essentials in running and winning employers liability cases in the modern era. Each webinar will focus on the building blocks you need to be successful in these... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 10 Dec 2019

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Using risk assessment to win cases
One of a series of webinars covering the essentials in running and winning employers liability cases in the modern era. Each webinar will focus on the building blocks you need to be successful in these... Find out more
Presented by: Brett Dixon | Publication date: 10 Dec 2019

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Material contribution to injury - where are we in 2019
This webinar will explore when and how to establish causation on the basis of material contribution to injury and deal, amongst other matters, with: The origin of the law on establishing causation... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 9 Dec 2019

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Mediation in personal injury and clinical negligence litigation
This webinar looks at mediation in personal injury and clinical negligence cases in the light of the Civil Justice Council’s recommendation in civil litigation of “a presumption that ADR will... Find out more
Presented by: Paul Balen & Brian Dawson | Publication date: 18 Nov 2019

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Stress at work claims - The minefield of the modern workplace
This webinar will focus on stress at work claims with a view to providing all delegates with a solid understanding of the field both legally, and practically. There will be an in depth discussion ranging... Find out more
Presented by: Liam Ryan | Publication date: 28 Oct 2019

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How to win appeals - when, how and where to appeal in 2019!
Presented by APIL Secretary John McQuater, this webinar will help you to know when, how and where to appeal, and to think about tactics. The one hour session will cover: When should an appeal be... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 21 Oct 2019

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Dental negligence - what you really need to know in 2019
This webinar will give an overview of update of dental negligence claims including Effective risk assessment Funding arrangements Getting instructions Investigating the claim using the... Find out more
Presented by: John McQuater | Publication date: 21 Oct 2019

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How to use the Ogden Tables: a practical explanation
With the recent change in the discount rate, now is an ideal time for those new to personal injury and medical negligence, as well as those moving into multitrack work, to understand how to use the Ogden... Find out more
Presented by: Malcolm Underhill | Publication date: 11 Oct 2019

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Trusts for minors - protocol, practice and preferences
This webinar, presented by Alison Taylor of Frenkel Topping will cover:
Presented by: Alison Taylor | Publication date: 26 Sep 2019

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Planning a campaign: timing, tools and techniques
This is the third of a three-part series of webinars designed to put you and your firm on the political map. In this final webinar, Lorraine Gwinnutt, APIL’s Head of Public Affairs, shows you how... Find out more
Presented by: Lorraine Gwinnutt | Publication date: 22 Mar 2019

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Handling the defective product claim
This webinar, presented by knowledgeable speaker Mark Harvey, will cover Consumer Protection or Consumer Rights Act? What is a defective product? Who should you sue and... Find out more
Presented by: Mark Harvey | Publication date: 19 Mar 2019

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