LYLG & No5 Barristers’ Chambers: Relief from Sanctions Workshop – an Interactive Workshop
November 27 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Relief from Sanctions – An Interactive Workshop
The London Young Lawyers Group and No5 Barristers’ Chambers are delighted to present Relief from Sanctions – an Interactive Workshop on Wednesday 27 November 2019.
About the Event
You will be able to take part in a discussion around the prevailing case law in relation to relief from sanctions, as well as take part in team problem-solving challenges on a range of topics, such as:
– How to avoid having to seek relief from sanctions, and;
– How to make relief from sanctions applications.
Our panel of experts will guide you through the key cases, procedural steps and tactical considerations involved.
The workshop will be followed by a brief Q&A session and the evening will close with the chance to network with professionals over drinks.
About the Speakers
The interactive workshop will be run by a brilliant panel of junior barristers from No5 Barristers’ Chambers, who will include:
Samir Amin – 2015 call
Samir has a broad experience of commercial, commercial Chancery and traditional Chancery work and he regularly appears in both the High Court and County Court. Samir is dedicated to his clients and meticulous in the preparation of his cases. He is proactive, brings a forensic approach to the analysis of evidence and he has been commended for his legal research skills, attention to detail and outstanding grasp of civil procedure. Please click here to view full profile.
Camilla Draycott – 2015 call
Camilla has a wide experience of commercial matters, including contractual disputes relating to companies, small business, informal agreements, PFI and financial disputes arising out of the Madoff litigation, and applications such as Bankers Trust orders and freezing injunctions.
Prior to becoming a tenant at No5 Chambers, Camilla worked in Canada at Lenczner Slaght LLP and at WeirFoulds LLP as the Harold G. Fox Scholar, as well as in the US at CritelliLaw PC as the Middle Temple Anglo-American Scholar, gaining experience of international commercial litigation”. Please click here to view full profile.
Adam Porte – 2015 call
Adam’s practice covers a broad range of commercial litigation matters including claims for breach of contract and banking and financial services. Adam regularly appears in the County Court and High Court and is frequently instructed to draft pleadings and advise on complex matters relating to commercial and financial disputes.
Prior to becoming a tenant at No5 Chambers, Adam spent five years at the Financial Conduct Authority and has a particular expertise in relation to the scope of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and the associated Regulated Activities Order. Please click here to view full profile.
Details & Booking
Wednesday 27 November 2019 | No5 Barristers’ Chambers | 4-7 Salisbury Ct, London, EC4Y 8AA | 6pm
Tickets are free for LYLG members but spaces are limited. Registration for this event is essential so book here now to avoid missing out.
Tickets are £5 for non-members, as spaces are limited it is essential that you book here to avoid missing out.