By Matthew Pascall, Senior Underwriting Manager
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Andy Lyalle and Matthew Pascall were lucky enough to attend the first post-COVID in-person PNLA conference at Billesley Manor, near Stratford, earlier this month. Temple were proud sponsors of this unique event that brings together leaders in the field of professional negligence for a day-long meeting focusing on the latest developments in professional negligence law and procedure.
The PNLA were able to secure the attendance of the Hon. Mr Justice David Waksman who delivered the Keynote address. The Conference included in-depth contributions from a number of leading silks including Patrick Lawrence QC (as entertaining and informative as ever) as well as Nicholas Davidson QC and Michael Pooles QC.
Matthew Pascall introduced the audience to Temple’s new Concierge pathway to ATE and reminded PNLA members that they had exclusive access to ATE premiums at heavily discounted prices.
If you would like more information on ATE insurance and disbursement funding products for professional negligence cases, or you have any other legal expenses insurance query, please email email@example.com or call him on 01483 514428.
Barrister Matthew Pascall joined the commercial team at Temple Legal Protection, as Senior Underwriting Manager in November 2017.
Matthew was called to the Bar in 1984 and joined Guildford Chambers two years later. Spending more than 30 years in practice there, he has comprehensive knowledge and experience of the commercial legal sector and is listed in the current Legal 500 as a Tier 1 barrister.
Previously Matthew had been providing ongoing consultancy services to Temple Legal Protection for some time and therefore has prior insight into the company and established productive relationships with our clients. His knowledge of the commercial legal sector and litigation practice is invaluable to the business and our clients, providing specialist experience to lead the commercial litigation insurance team.
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