WHAT TO DO WHEN THINGS GO WRONG IN LITIGATION: WEBINAR 30th APRIL 2024

This blog often looks at cases where litigation has gone wrong, be it limitation, service or someone falling foul of the rules or court orders.  One of the saddest aspects of many of these cases is that  if prompt and careful steps has been taken many of the matters could have been put right.  Even sadder are those cases where lawyers run into professional and ethical problems because they have concealed a mistake or not dealt with it properly. It is often delay, and taking the “wrong” decision that leads to matters getting worse. The webinar on the 30th April 2024 aims to look at what can be done if things have gone wrong in personal injury litigation.  Booking details are available here.

 

MATTERS COVERED IN THE WEBINAR

  • The most common kinds of mistake in personal injury litigation.
    • Limitation
    • Breach of court orders
    • Problematic witnesses and clients
  • What not to do
  • The practical steps you can take to put matters right
  • What do you do if the problem can’t be rectified
  • Learning from your mistakes
  • SRA Guidance