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ANALYSIS will examine a wide range of current issues in dispute resolution including commercial fraud, construction, costs and litigation funding, disciplinary and regulatory issues, insurance, international arbitration and commercial disputes, professional liability and sports. You will also hear from our barristers about their experiences of life at the Bar starting with pupillage.
 
The Mayer Brown London Litigation and Dispute Resolution team discuss recent developments in financial litigation, and what they mean for those advising banks and other financial institutions. Time spent listening to this podcast can count towards solicitors CPD requirements. Please contact us if you require further information.
 
Quand les infidèles verront ce qui a été préparé pour eux comme tourments, ils seront en horreur de leurs propres personnes et leurs propres membres du corps. Ils détesteront leurs proches et leurs idoles mêmes. Ce jour-là, les gens de l’Enfer s’opposeront les uns les autres, les arrogants contre les faibles. Notre frère bien-aimé Soufiane a choisi les versets qui parlent de ce sujet et nous peint le terrible tableau de ces disputes sans fin, qu’Allah nous préserve tous ! (Conférence donnée ...
 
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Garrett and Zach discuss a big concept in Magic: Luck. Garrett doesn't love it, but Zach does. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episodes of Mystical Dispute release every other Tuesday night. Chec…
 
Garrett and Zach indepedently graded every card from the Strixhaven preview and argue about a handful of the cards where they most disagreed. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episodes of Mystical …
 
Garrett and Zach reflect on Kaldheim, a divisive limited format that was a lot of unbalanced fun. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episodes of Mystical Dispute release every other Tuesday night. C…
 
Garrett and Zach discuss the many ways of being wrong in Magic: The Gathering, how it happens to everyone, and how it may actually be impossible to be right. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episo…
 
Garrett and Zach discuss the hotly debated Magic Arena economy and argue alternatives and improvements that could be made. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episodes of Mystical Dispute release eve…
 
Garrett and Zach discuss the pros and cons of the ranking system for limited drafts in Magic Arena. Mystical Dispute is a Magic: The Gathering debate podcast between two friends who love to argue: Garrett and Zach. We mostly discuss limited Magic (draft and sealed) and Magic Arena. New episodes of Mystical Dispute release every other Tuesday night.…
 
In this episode we discuss the second part of Chapter 2 of Aristotle's Categories, in which Aristotle introduces a fourfold division of things which are. This division corresponds to particular accidents, universal accidents, universal substances, and particular substances.저자 Harrison Jennings
 
Euro Pools v RSA is the first case in 10 years in which the Court of Appeal has considered the important topic of notifications and attachment of claims in professional indemnity insurance. The speakers for this podcast include counsel who appeared in the case at trial and in the Court of Appeal. They will discuss the judgment, its ramifications an…
 
Where a wrong is caused to a company, do its shareholders also suffer a loss? Can a shareholder sue for his own loss, where it “reflects” the company’s loss? What if the company can’t or won’t sue? These thorny issues have led to much litigation for nearly 200 years. Reflective loss has now been given a major overhaul by the Supreme Court.…
 
Tim Chelmick and Lucy Colter discuss practical completion post-Mears v Costplan and other critical events in the life of a construction project, by reference to the role and responsibilities of key construction professionals. They will provide an overview of claims in this area, and also discuss the latest cases with particular focus on the respons…
 
On 11th April 2017, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Swynson v Lowick Rose [2018] AC 313, a case that sought to push the boundaries of equitable subrogation beyond breaking point. The Claimants were very firmly knocked back and it was made entirely clear that equity cannot be used as a modern day palm tree. Equity is based on legal pri…
 
A podcast by Helen Evans, Anthony Jones and Seohyung Kim bringing you up to date with the key professional negligence developments in 2019 and 2020. The podcast will include: Asking whether the approach to vicarious liability has become more sophisticated Considering how courts are implementing the Patel v Mirza​ ‘policy-based’ approach to the doct…
 
Murray Rosen QC, an arbitrator and mediator and a member of the new Court of Arbitration for Art at The Hague, discusses the special features of dispute resolution in Art disputes, including a comparison between recent court cases and ADR methods, and the impact of the COVID-19 virus on procedures, especially remote hearings and meetings.…
 
A look at how discontinuity of insurance coverage may arise for insurance policies written on a ‘claims made’ basis. This has particular resonance for professional persons who may believe they have seamless cover so long as they take out back-to-back yearly policies. Discontinuity problems are analysed in relation to both the ‘claims’ and ‘circumst…
 
In a world where Russian oligarchs refer to litigation as “lawfare”, in this podcast we look at the issues arising where personal commercial rivalries are played out in spurious litigation. We go on to consider the new phenomenon of malicious prosecution claims arising from big money divorces, touching finally on the professional liability exposure…
 
In this podcast, Jamie Smith QC, Helen Evans and Hannah Daly review where we are with dishonest assistance and unlawful means conspiracy claims after Group 7 and Stobart / The Racing Partnership. A look, too, at insurers’ recovery options in the event that the insured is engaged in ‘naughty conduct’.…
 
Richard Liddell QC (4 New Square) and Sarah McNally (Herbert Smith Freehills) have received various questions regarding insurance coverage in the wake of COVID-19. In this podcast recorded at the end of March, they consider some of the issues that policyholders and insurers are likely to be grappling with across many different forms of insurance.…
 
In this podcast Nicole Sandells QC and Miles Harris take a practical look at how to fashion and pursue proprietary routes to recovery – and what to do when you can’t find one, including a look at the restitution and unjust enrichment wild card, rights to information and documentation beyond the CPR, and factoring in the particular issues when profe…
 
In this podcast David Halpern QC (who appeared for Mr Hughes-Holland) and Anthony Jones (who was part of BPE’s legal team) consider the effect of the Supreme Court decision in BPE v. Hughes-Holland and consider how it has been applied subsequently. The case raises issues which arise in almost every professional negligence claim.…
 
In this podcast, newly appointed silks Siân Mirchandani QC and Daniel Saoul QC discuss their main practice areas, life at the bar and their journey to becoming Queen’s Counsel at 4 New Square – and what being a QC means to a career at the Bar.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
In this podcast, junior barristers (and 2017/18 pupils) Hannah Daly and Ian McDonald discuss their journeys to the Commercial Bar, the pupillage experience, and life as a first-year tenant at 4 New Square – and what they have learnt along the way.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
In the final episode of In Dispute Podcast we talk about the topic of Halloween. Something the church has been very vocally against for a long time. How should we as Christians handle this holiday? Should we shy away from it and do our own thing or take our light into the darkness and let Jesus shine? We will take a look at the history of Halloween…
 
In this podcast, Seohyung Kim and Melody Ihuoma discuss their path to the bar, tips on securing pupillage and their experience of the pupillage year at 4 New Square.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
In this episode we talk about an extremely difficult topic, we take a look at what the Bible says about divorce and how we as Christians and we as the church should treat those who have gone through divorce or might be considering divorce. https://archive.org/download/indisputepodcastdivorce/In%20Dispute%20Podcast%20-%20Divorce.mp3…
 
In this podcast, barristers Helen Evans and Anthony Jones provide an insight into the realities of practice as juniors at a commercial set like 4 New Square, explain their different paths to the bar, and set out what they see as the key qualities required for successful pupillage applicants.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
What does the Bible mean when it says God knew us before the foundations of the world? Did we already exist somewhere else before we were born into our current form? were we somewhere else as someone else? We will take a look at what the Bible really says about this topic and answer these questions and more in this episode of In Dispute.https://arc…
 
In this podcast, Miles Harris and Lizzy Stewart discuss 4 New Square’s process for recruiting pupils. Miles is head of the Pupillage Committee and Lizzy is 4 New Square’s Chief Executive and Senior Clerk. They both play a leading role in the pupillage process. In conversation they talk about what 4 New Square is looking for in prospective pupils, t…
 
Was Jesus fully God, fully man or both? If He gave up His divinity how does His death on the cross help us if He was just a man? If He was fully God how can we even relate or live up to that kind of standard? We will dive into Jesus divinity and answer some of these questions in this week's episode https://archive.org/download/episode35_201909/Epis…
 
In this podcast, Michael Bowmer discusses these elusive company law characters and some of the issues and implications around them.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
What is predestination? does God pull the strings and decide before we are even born whether we go to Heaven or Hell? Do we have a free will to choose? We take a look at what we believe the Bible tells us about being predestined. https://archive.org/download/predestination_201909/Predestination.mp3저자 In Dispute Podcast
 
In this podcast, Neil Hext QC and Miles Harris discuss the latest developments in the world of brokers’ claims, including analysis of the most recent cases – Avondale Exhibitions v Arthur J Gallagher, Dalamd v Butterworth Spengler and more.저자 4 New Square Chambers
 
In this week's episode we talk a little bit more about the topic of abortion and how christians should react to someone who is thinking about abortion as an option. we also ask the question, is picketing on the streets and outside of planned parenthood with signs and megaphones the best approach to the fight against abortion or could there be anoth…
 
The topic of Abortion is a hot issue in our country right now, in this episode we will talk about what a Christian's stance should be on the topic and how we as followers of Jesus should handle the Abortion issue. In one of the most difficult episode we've had to date, we do our best to give what we believe is the Biblical answer to abortion and ho…
 
In Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police [2014] EWCA Civ 15 the Court of Appeal held that “the Caparo test applies to all claims in the modern law of negligence”. By the time the case reached the Supreme Court that well-known three-stage test had been held to be of no practical application. How and why did this volte-face occur? And w…
 
In this episode we talk about some of the more strange things that happen when the Spirit moves like, laughter, barking and being "drunk" in the Spirit. We discuss if it is Biblical and if it is really the Holy Spirit that is behind it. https://archive.org/download/strangemovesofthespirit/Strange%20Moves%20of%20the%20Spirit.mp3…
 
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