23 episodes

ANALYSIS will examine a wide range of current issues in dispute resolution including commercial fraud, construction, costs and litigation funding, disciplinary and regulatory issues, insurance, international arbitration and commercial disputes, professional liability and sports. You will also hear from our barristers about their experiences of life at the Bar starting with pupillage.

ANALYSIS: Commercial Dispute Resolution And Life At The Bar 4 New Square Chambers

    • Business

ANALYSIS will examine a wide range of current issues in dispute resolution including commercial fraud, construction, costs and litigation funding, disciplinary and regulatory issues, insurance, international arbitration and commercial disputes, professional liability and sports. You will also hear from our barristers about their experiences of life at the Bar starting with pupillage.

    Asset tracing and recovery reassessed

    Asset tracing and recovery reassessed

    In this podcast Nicole Sandells QC and Miles Harris take a practical look at how to fashion and pursue proprietary routes to recovery – and what to do when you can’t find one, including a look at the restitution and unjust enrichment wild card, rights to information and documentation beyond the CPR, and factoring in the particular issues when professional indemnity insurers seek recovery.

    • 47 min
    What’s going on with WP Privilege?

    What’s going on with WP Privilege?

    In this podcast Neil Hext QC and Matthew Bradley look at the latest state of play in relation to the Muller exception to the without prejudice rule. The Court of Appeal’s decision in Muller v. Linsley & Mortimer [1996] PNLR 74 seems well established, but the exception remains difficult to square with basic principle. The podcast will consider how WP privilege works in the three-party situation, and the impact of recent cases such as EMW Law LLP v. Halborg [2017] EWHC 1014 and Briggs v. Clay [2019] EWHC 102.

    • 43 min
    The 2019 SRA Standards & Regulations: what’s new, what’s the same and what should we be getting ready for?

    The 2019 SRA Standards & Regulations: what’s new, what’s the same and what should we be getting ready for?

    In this podcast Paul Parker provides an overview of the “StaRs”, the enforcement regime and their perceived flexibility, and examines the SRA’s reach into one’s private life and personal affairs.

    • 24 min
    Interim Injunctions – the use of freezing injunctions and other orders in hot pursuit of the fraudster

    Interim Injunctions – the use of freezing injunctions and other orders in hot pursuit of the fraudster

    A review of the main procedural and substantive weapons available to parties seeking to recover assets in dishonesty claims, including practical examples from recent cases acting for both claimants and defendants.

    • 41 min
    Fraud and conspiracy claims against professionals

    Fraud and conspiracy claims against professionals

    In this podcast, Graeme McPherson QC, Daniel Saoul QC and Pippa Manby discuss the advantages and disadvantages of pleading fraud, how to prosecute and defend the various causes of action available, and issues arising in relation to insurance coverage where dishonesty is alleged. Visit our website to download the accompanying talk handout.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Insurance claims – Reservation of rights & Late payment by insurers – Where are we now?

    Insurance claims – Reservation of rights & Late payment by insurers – Where are we now?

    Knowing when and how an insurer’s rights should be reserved is a key skill for anyone involved in handling insurance claims. Listen to the podcast to hear Alison Padfield QC’s thoughts on this controversial issue, together with an outline of the new legislation on damages for late payment of claims by insurers – and why she thinks the two topics might be linked.

    • 38 min

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