CIVIL PROCEDURE AND THE CORONAVIRUS: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS IN AN UNCERTAIN TIME: WEBINAR 25th MARCH 2020

On the 25th March 2020 at 1.00 pm I am giving a webinar on civil procedure and coronavirus, dealing with the best means of coping with procedural and other issues arising from COVID-19.  This is aimed primarily at personal injury litigators but should be of interest to anyone involved in the civil litigation process.

 

THE WEBINAR

CIVIL PROCEDURE AND THE CORONAVIRUS: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS IN AN UNCERTAIN TIME

The webinar looks at the practical steps that litigators can take in relation to protecting their clients, and themselves, in a time of major uncertainty.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Limitation periods
  • Service of the claim form
  • Complying with court directions
  • Seeing clients and taking statements

The notes will include links to all useful professional and government guidance on dealing with Coronavirus.

HOW TO BOOK

The webinar is free to APIL members.

Details for APIL members of how to book are available here. 

Non-APIL members can book here. 

YOU CAN PUT QUESTIONS IN BEFOREHAND

The webinar is transmitted at 1.00 pm.  However for technical reasons it will be recorded earlier that morning. This means that there is not the usual facility to ask questions whilst the talk is in progress.  Feel free to put specific questions/comments/matters you would want to be addressed to me on Twitter, to APIL or on the comments section of this blog.