Webinar: Business & Property Courts’ Disclosure Pilot, 2021 – recent amendments, key flashpoints, and the future

09 June 2021

Revisions to the Business & Property Courts’ Disclosure Pilot Scheme came into force on 6 April 2021.

In this webinar, John McLinden QC, David Brounger and Alistair Cantor consider some of those recent amendments. They will discuss practicalities relating to:

  • the key stages in the disclosure pilot where costs are most likely to arise
  • changes to the protocol since 6 April 2021 where disputes are most common
  • the future for the pilot

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Please email the following details to events@fieldcourt.co.uk:

  • Your first name and last name
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John McLinden QC is versatile trial and appellate barrister. His practice is very varied, covering general commercial, common law and chancery work. His cases include contractual and commercial disputes, partnership and LLP disputes, land/property law, inheritance and probate and administration, trusts litigation, insolvency, insurance and banking and financial services.

David Brounger undertakes a diverse range of civil work with a particular emphasis on real property, landlord and tenant, probate and related claims. He represents commercial and residential landlords and tenants in all manner of landlord and tenant disputes from possession claims to commercial lease renewal cases, from leasehold enfranchisement cases in the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal to restrictive covenant disputes.

Alistair Cantor is a civil barrister, specialising in business and property.  An experienced and effective advocate, he is as comfortable on paper as on his feet and his practice increasingly consists of advisory work.  Having come to the Bar from a former career at a major investment bank, Alistair combines legal acumen with a rare commercial astuteness.