Kain Knight to host London seminar on Court of Protection cost management

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18 December 2013


Kain Knight, a leader in the legal costs industry, is hosting a ‘best practice’ seminar on legal costs for solicitors handling Court of Protection work in the New Year.

The seminar, which is free of charge, will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in the City of London on Thursday 16 January 2014, with registration from 8.00am.

Chairing the seminar will be Kelly Stedman, a senior Costs Lawyer from Kain Knight.

Expert speakers on Court of Protection work will be His Honour Judge Denzil Lush, and Katherine Scott from barristers’ chambers 39 Essex Street. Both speakers will be answering questions from the floor after their presentations.

Court of Protection cases have become a growth area for lawyers, driven by more people living into advanced old age, and by an increase in large personal injury pay outs.

To see the full details and to register for the seminar, visit the Kain Knight website www.kain-knight.co.uk or email Penny Ridoutt at penny.ridoutt@kain-knight.co.uk.

 

Nick Hood

Media & Marketing Advisor, Kain Knight

Tel: +44 (0)7967 658 296

E: nick.hood@kain-knight.co.uk

www.kain-knight.co.uk

Twitter: @Kain_Knight

Neil Boom

MD, Gresham PR Ltd.

Tel: +44 (0) 7866 805 108

www.greshampr.co.uk



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