Appearing at court - How prepared can you be?

Description

This informative webinar will be available to download in September 2017, register to watch the webinar recording

Giving evidence in court is undoubtedly one of the more daunting tasks that an IP will face during their career. This pre-recorded 1 hour webinar, which you can access at any time, will offer
practical tips (and a few war stories) on how to ensure that your court experience goes according to plan. From the best way to present your evidence to what to wear, Simeon and Simon will discuss what to do (and what not to do!) when you’re called to appear in the witness box, sharing their experiences to alleviate your fears and arm you with the tools to feel confident in court.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Date the webinar will be available to watch will be Friday 8 September 2017

Speakers:

Simeon Gilchrist, Edwin Coe LLP

Simeon read Law with French at Leicester and Strasbourg universities, qualifying as a solicitor in 1992. With both contentious and transactional insolvency expertise, Simeon advises insolvency practitioners, banks, distressed companies and individuals in a wide range of both corporate and personal insolvency matters. His corporate transactional work has an administration bias with the preparation of business sales being a particular specialism. In personal insolvency matters, Simeon has a specialist European Regulation practice, advising individuals, practitioners and creditors on the application of the European Regulation and what is known as COMI shifting or bankruptcy tourism. Having been a member of R3 for many years, he was delighted to be elected to R3 Council and to become the SPG Committee Chair at the end of 2015.

Simon Passfield, Barrister, Guildhall Chambers

Simon is a specialist insolvency barrister at Guildhall Chambers who undertakes litigation and advisory work in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency law. He has been consistently recognised as a leading junior in this field by Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 and has appeared in more than 20 reported insolvency cases.

How to register:

Email courses@r3.org.uk with your details or download the brochure and send it to R3.

Webinar details:

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: £50 + VAT
 
Terms and Conditions: The webinar fee of £50 + VAT is based on one delegate viewing. In the event that the number changes, R3 should be notified and additional payment will be required.