Solicitors professional indemnity insurance (PII) seminars

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30 April 2014


It is fair to say that the renewal in October 2013 was extremely difficult for a large number of firms.  The threat of the Extended Indemnity Period and Cessation Period caused many a sleepless night for those responsible for their firm’s renewal. This year we face the possible introduction of the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s requirement for the use of rated insurers only – This could have serious ramifications for many firms.

Willis, a leading broker on solicitors professional indemnity, are hosting a series of seminars across the UK to provide you with an update to the latest insurance and risk management issues facing the legal profession, relevant case law and the latest developments in the ever-changing Professional Indemnity Insurer market for solicitors in England and Wales. It should help firms preparing for renewal and hopefully take some of the stress out of the process.

SEMINARS DATES & LOCATIONS

Timings:         AM Registration 08:30, Seminar 09:00-11:30

PM Registration: 14:00, Seminar 14:30-17:00

 

DATE TIME CITY VENUE
30/04/2014  PM Manchester The Studio, 51 Lever Street M1 1FN
01/05/2014  AM Leeds Radisson Blu,1 The Light Headrow LS1 8TL
02/05/2014  AM Newcastle Newcastle Football Club St James Park NE1 4ST
06/05/2014  PM Birmingham Anthony Collins Solicitors 134 Edmunds Street B3 2ES
14/05/2014  PM Ipswich Willis Office Friars Street IP1 1TD
15/05/2014  PM Cambridge Holiday Inn Histon Lakeview Road CB24 9PH
21/05/2014  AM Brighton Amex Stadium Village Way BN13AD
03/06/2014  PM Exeter Foot Anstey, Senate Court Southernhay Gardens EX1 1NT
04/06/2014  AM Bristol Marriot Hotel City Centre 2 Lower Castle St BS1 3AD
05/06/2014  AM Cardiff Thistle Parc Plaza Park Place CF10 3UD
18/06/2014  PM London Willis Office 51 Lime Street EC3M 7DQ

ATTENDING A SEMINAR

If you are a practising solicitor and you would like to attend any of the above events, please contact Bonita Johnson with your name, the name of your firm and the event you would like to attend:

Bonita Johnson

Marketing Executive

E: Bonita.Johnson@willis.com



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