Webinar – 6 May 2020: The Ogden Tables and Express ADR

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Published: 28/04/2020

Event Date:

9 Gough Chambers Personal Injury Webinar – The Ogden Table and Express ADR

Date: 6 May 2020
Time: 3 pm

Laura Elfield, Barrister and Mediator (LSM)
Simon Brindle, Barrister
Topics:
The Ogden Tables
Simon will present an overview of using the Ogden Tables to quantify personal injury claims.
This includes:
    ascertaining the correct multipliers for life expectancy
    earnings and pension loss, aids & equipment
    accelerated receipt
Express ADR
Laura Elfield will present the following:  
    The Court of Appeal’s decision in Lomax v Lomax [2019] EWCA Civ 1467
    Whether the Court can now compel the parties to engage in ADR
    The recent High Court guidance on the conduct of Judicial Early Neutral Evaluation in Telecom Centre v Sanderson [2020] EWHC 368
    How to approach remote ADR in the context of COVID 19We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming Personal Injury Webinar on 6 May at 3 pm.

Speakers:

Laura Elfield, Barrister and Mediator (LSM)

Simon Brindle, Barrister

Topics:

The Ogden Tables

Simon will present an overview of using the Ogden Tables to quantify personal injury claims.

This includes:

  • ascertaining the correct multipliers for life expectancy
  • earnings and pension loss, aids & equipment
  • accelerated receipt

 

Express ADR

Laura Elfield will present the following:

  • The Court of Appeal’s decision in Lomax v Lomax [2019] EWCA Civ 1467
  • Whether the Court can now compel the parties to engage in ADR
  • The recent High Court guidance on the conduct of Judicial Early Neutral Evaluation in Telecom Centre v Sanderson [2020] EWHC 368
  • How to approach remote ADR in the context of COVID 19

A recording of the webinar can now be watched on our YouTube channel here.

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