Personal Injury Seminar – How to Win Your Case

April 3, 2019

Personal injury solicitors turned out in force last week for Exchange Chambers’ “How to win your case” seminar in Manchester.

The half-day event included a range of presentations from Exchange Chambers barristers, including:

ADR – Bill Braithwaite QC
Imaginative and adventurous ways of solving all forms of personal injury issues, at all stages of a claim. 

Surveillance Evidence – David Knifton QC
Examining the current state of the law regarding the admissibility of surveillance evidence, and whether it complies with the European Convention on Human Rights.

Expert Selection and Management – Matthew Stockwell
Picking the right experts for the job and controlling the quality of their evidence from instruction through to trial.

Offers – Christopher Gutteridge
Taking ‘no deal’ off the table. 

CCMC – Gareth Shires
Recent case law affecting costs budgeting, judicial attitudes, and tips for maximising recover of costs. 

Costs – Richard Wilcock
Where are we up to with Costs Budgeting?

Fundamental Dishonesty and QOCS – David McCormick
The fine line between “an honest, but mistaken witness” and fundamental dishonesty.

Applications – Hedley Nield
Gaining relief from the worry.

The “How to win your case” seminar was accredited with 3 CPD points.

All speakers are important members of the personal injury or costs teams at Exchange Chambers.