Planning and case management when dealing with financial remedy cases



Tim Parker recently gave a webinar on ‘planning and case management when dealing with financial remedy cases’ and this can now be viewed online with a 20% discount.

This webinar covered the essentials of financial remedy cases. The expert speakers highlighted the key practical points, tips and pitfalls of each stage of a Financial Remedy application:

  • First Appointment
  • FDR
  • Final Hearing

The webinar can be viewed here and is priced at £89 + VAT. To claim the 20% discount please email Lexis Nexis quoting reference ‘CLIENT20’ and the title of the webinar.

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Tim Parker KC

Call 1995 | Silk 2022

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