Dispute Resolution - Practical Guidance
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LexisPSL Dispute Resolution provides practice notes, primary law, precedents, forms and excerpts from authoritative Butterworths commentary. Additionally, links to LexisLibrary take you directly to a broader range of relevant legal resources. With this kind of support you can cut costs, save time, and focus on profitable client work.
The information has been chosen and compiled by our expert team of solicitors and barristers, and is constantly updated, so you can be sure it’s definitive and current. It provides information in relation to a wide range of dispute resolution mechanisms and acts as a guide to understanding and applying the relevant rules and principles.
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Meet the dispute resolution team who have developed LexisPSL Dispute Resolution.
Key DR developments
Claims and remedies
Injunctions and other relief orders
Our webinars represent the most efficient way for you to develop your knowledge, delivering expert advice and guidance to you when and where you choose. A 12-month webinar subscription ensures you receive all the training and CPD points you need and because you choose the time and place, there’s virtually no impact on your working day and absolutely no travel costs.
Our conferences provide immediate and direct access to the thought leaders in your industry and a large number of your fellow professionals. Six to eight case studies provide an insight into how top experts are dealing with key points of law and need-to-know judicial rulings. Supporting workshops offer practical and specific guidance. Carrying up to 6.5 CPD points each, our one-day conferences are an opportunity to network, debate and discuss with the key personnel in your industry - away from the office and in a top-class environment.
Events cover the full spectrum of dispute resolution topics and are delivered by field experts such as:
- Professor Dominic Regan, Solicitor and member of the Civil Justice Council Costs Committee
- David Marks QC, 3-4 South Square
- Graham Read QC, Devereux Chambers
- His Honour Michael Cook, Author of Cook on Costs; Consultant, Horsey Lightly & Fynn
- William Flenley, Barrister, Hailsham Chambers
- Nick Bird, Partner, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP
- Neil Mirchandani, Partner, Lovells
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