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Judicial Guidelines, Remote Hearings & Costs Online Webinar - 14 May
The aim and objectives of this webinar are to provide an opportunity for practitioners to update their knowledge of recent developments in personal injury litigation. The aim is to offer practitioners a practical update in relevant areas from experienced practitioners and expert speakers. 
Topics and Issues covered
•Remote Hearings
oDeveloping a process for effective remote hearings
oRemote hearing of personal injury trials
oPractical guide to effective remote  hearings
•The Judicial Guidelines
oThe background to the Judicial Guidelines
oThe effects the Judicial Guidelines will have on litigation
oHow the Judicial Guidelines  differ from the Book of Quantum
oThe effect of the amended Section 22 on the litigation generally
oPlaintiff and Defence perspectives on the Judicial Guidelines 
oS150 letters and s151 agreements
oThe adjudication process in practice 
oNew format bills of costs
oLodgment/tender in respect of costs.
Speakers include, Brendan Cooke, Legal Costs Accountant, Consultant Cyril O’Neill; Eamon Harrington, Partner, Comyn Kelleher Tobin; Stuart Gilhooly, Partner, HJ Ward & Co. Solicitors; Joe O’Malley, Partner, Hayes Solicitors.
If you have any questions, or concerns about attending an online event, please do not hesitate to get in touch. A member of the Professional Training team will be glad to help. 
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