Date: 11 July 2022
Time: 17.30 - 19.00 (UK time)
The topic of the round-table seminar was access to justice in products cases. Professor Rachael Mulheron (Queen Mary University of London) and Sarah Moore (Hausfeld) launched the discussion, reflecting on developments in collective redress procedures, including the fall-out from Lloyd v Google, and whether bifurcation, as raised in the case, could be applied in other spheres such as products cases so as to improve access to justice. Other themes related to access to justice. There were also several discussants, followed by a general discussion of the issues. Consideration was given to the lessons to be learned from the UKSC decision in Hastings handed down over the summer: Hastings (Appellant) v Finsbury Orthopaedics Ltd and another (Respondents) (Scotland) - The Supreme Court
- Professor Rachael Mulheron, Queen Mary University of London
- Sarah Moore, Hausfeld
This event offers the equivalent of 1.5 CPD hours.
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