Law Reform lecture
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Adelaide House, London Bridge, London, EC4R 9HA
Thursday 21st April 2016
Revised Timings are:
This year’s lecture will cover:
- Is there a danger that the principle established in Bishopsgate Space Management Ltd v London Underground Ltd has mutated into something unintended so that it is being applied too widely?
- Can the same thing be said of the Tribunal’s decision in Ramac v Kent County Council in relation to Rule 6 compensation for disturbance?
- This is not a case law update; It is instead an analysis of the debate on whether legislation is required to clarify the decisions in Bishopsgate and Ramac.
- There will also be a review of the CPA’s current reform agenda
Colin Cottage, Partner, Glenny LLP.
The formalities will conclude with drinks and canapés.
Venue kindly offered by
To book this event
Members Fee - £60 +VAT (Please use the promotional code you have been sent)
Non members - Fee £75 +VAT
CPD 1 hour