In this defamation webinar we invited three experts to discuss their experience of ATE insurance and disbursement funding.
Professional Negligence Webinar
In this recently recorded professional negligence webinar we discuss some topical and insightful issues and developments. Katy Manley (Manley Turnbull and President/Founder of The PNLA), Jonathan Sachs ( BDB Pitmans ) and Emma Slade ( Slee Blackwell ) – and our very own Matthew Pascall and Andy Lyalle, share their experience of Litigation/ATE Insurance and disbursement funding including their first hand experiences.
In this construction webinar we explore the key issues with three leading experts’ – Neil Armstrong (Myerson Solicitors), Greg McMahon (Pythagoras Capital), Andrew O’Connor (Augusta Ventures) – and our very own Nicholas Ellor. They all share their experience of litigation/ATE insurance and funding as well as the judiciary’s attitudes to it.
Contentious Trusts & Probate Webinar
In this contentious trust and probate webinar we invited three experts to discuss their experience of ATE insurance and disbursement funding. By receiving this information we can then look at how we can improve our services to meet their needs.
Temple’s most recent webinar saw Frances Coulson (Moon Beever), Edward Judge (Irwin Mitchell) and Simon Jacobs (Seddons) join David Chase (Deputy Underwriting Manager) and Andy Lyalle (Temple’s Senior Business Development Manager) for a timely discussion on insolvency litigation.
Mediate or Prolongate?
‘Mediate or Prolongate?’ Definitely a hot topic for clinical negligence, this 2 part webinar is a great balance of fact, opinion and sharing of both knowledge and experiences. We hope you find it useful and thought-provoking.
Litigation in Scotland
Join us for a discussion on topical litigation insurance matters in Scotland.
Temple would like to welcome you to our webinar, SCCO Practice Notes for Hearings and Detailed Assessments and CPR changes from 1 October 2020, presented by John Ivory at Keith Bintley Ltd and hosted by our Senior Underwriter, Peter Morgan.