Lucy Lodewyke and Amelia Katz deliver talk on claims under the Highways Act 1980

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31/03/2022

Lucy Lodewyke and Amelia Katz conducted an on-site talk for Bike Assist Legal on this piece of legislation and public liability cases. The talk included discussions on the key provisions in the Act, relevant case law and practical considerations about preparing such cases to trial. 

Lucy and Amelia are available for instruction in all aspects of public liability work. They, or other members of the team, are available to provide training/webinars upon request. Please contact clerks@9goughchambers.co.uk for more information.

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