Police Action Lawyers Group Northwest Meeting & Training Seminar

Date: Wednesday 17 September 2014

Time: 18.00 - 19.30

Location: Doughty Street Chambers (Manchester)

Venue: Pall Mall Court 61-67 King Street Manchester M2 4PD

Speakers: Nick Stanage

CPD: 1.5

Stephensons Solicitors LLP and Doughty Street Chambers are delighted to invite you to an evening seminar looking at funding in actions against the police cases.  The seminar will feature a detailed analysis of the risks associated with but not limited to CFA-funded litigation against the police by Nick Stanage of Doughty Street Chambers. The seminar will address risk assessment, the taking of instructions, costs budgets, Part 36 offers, and costs recovery.

All PALG members, based anywhere in the UK, and other claimant lawyers specialising in this area of law are most welcome to attend.  We hope that you can join us.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to: c.knowles@doughtystreet.co.uk

Nick Stanage of Doughty Street Chambers specialises in actions against the police, inquests, immigration and related judicial reviews.  He is recommended as a leading junior in police law, civil liberties and immigration by Chambers and Partners Guide to the UK legal profession. He is also listed in the Legal 500. The directories describe‘a really fantastic trial barrister’ who is 'charismatic and knows how to get the best out of the client on the stand, and the worst out of the defendant in cross-examination'. He is ‘a compelling advocate’ who is ‘highly cerebral, calm and assured'.

Stephensons Solicitors LLP is a full service law firm with offices in Altrincham, Bolton, Leigh, London, Manchester, St Helens and Wigan.  36 Partners and over 400 staff nationwide.  We are LEXCEL and Investors in People (Silver) accredited.   We have a wealth of experience in providing 24/7 legal helplines, including advice to the British Chamber of Commerce membership nationally.  We are recommended in over 13 areas by The Legal 500 (The Independent Guide to the UK Legal Profession).  A number of our solicitors are acknowledged in Chambers UK as ‘Leaders in their Field’.  

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