Jackson on Costs Free Webcast: 14 January 2010 at 1pm

This is the full text of New Law Journal’s latest reminder about today’s webcast at 1.00pm GMT

New Law Journal will host a live panel discussion on the key proposals and practical implications of Lord Justice Jackson’s final report on civil costs litigation on www.newlawjournal.co.uk after the official press conference on 14 January.

To take part, simply go to www.newlawjournal.co.uk on 14 January 2010 before 1pm and click on the link in the featured article about the webcast. There will then be a space for you to enter your name and email address and a link which says ‘view now’ and this will take you to the webcast video.

Viewing tips: To ensure you can view the webcast please test your network at www.lexisauditorium.com/mptest.aspx before the webcast starts. The VoD version will be available immediately after the live event for NLJ subscribers

Professor Dominic Regan, a leading authority on civil procedure and costs, will chair the free webcast.

Panel participants:

  • His Honour Michael Cook, author of Cook on Costs
  • David Greene, president of the London Solicitors Litigation Association, partner at Edwin Coe
  • Bob Musgrove, chief executive of the Civil Justice Council
  • Nick Bevan, senior counsel, Bond Pearce

The panel will offer immediate, expert analysis on the key points raised by the final Jackson report and predict the potential impact of his recommendations on the world of costs.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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