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28 September 2022

Complex Inquests: Procedure & Practice – Neglect (Video)

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Gatehouse Chambers (formerly Hardwicke) is a leading commercial chambers which specialises in arbitration and all forms of ADR, commercial dispute resolution, construction, insolvency, restructuring and company, insurance, professional liability and property disputes. It also has niche specialisms in clinical negligence and personal injury as well as private client work.
Gatehouse Chambers' complex Inquest and Inquiries Team continue their series of 6 inquest training sessions to take you through the Autumn.
UK Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration
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Gatehouse Chambers' complex Inquest and Inquiries Team continue their series of 6 inquest training sessions to take you through the Autumn. The sessions provide a breadth of subjects for all levels of practice, including a session for those starting their practice in inquests through to the more complicated judgement calls regarding Rule 22 and self-incrimination.

In this Brew, Emma Zeb and Aneurin Moloney will cover the topic of neglect.

A finding of neglect is often used as a springboard to a civil claim for damages, and can be a devastating blow to organisations and individuals found to have been neglectful. Aneurin and
Emma discuss the rules, pitfalls, and tips for success in this Brew.

Watch a recording of the Brew below.

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The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.

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