Four Seasons Seminar: Autumn Edition
Tuesday 8th December, 5pm to 7pm.
Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow
12, Nelson Mandela Place,
Glasgow G2 1BT
The autumn equinox has now passed and winter is coming. Before the leaves disappear completely AM Advocates are pleased to announce that its popular Four Seasons Programme of Seminars for practitioners will continue with a Glasgow edition of the Autumn Seminar on Commercial Disputes which met with great approval from delegates when it was run recently in Edinburgh.
Advocates Scott Manson, Tim Young and David Turner will cover topical matters arising from the commercial court. The Seminar will qualify for 2 hours of CPD.
These events are free but places are limited. We anticipate high demand so to ensure your attendance you are required to book a place on our AM Events Booking system which can be found HERE.
4:40pm to 5:00pm – Coffee and Registration.
5:00pm to 5:05pm – Jonathan Brodie QC – Welcome and Introduction.
5.05pm to 5.405pm – Scott Manson, Advocate - “The strange death of a British company”. Based on recent experience and case law Scott will consider some of the more unusual and infrequently made applications available under company legislation which might be of interest to practitioners.
5:40pm to 6:15pm – Tim Young, Advocate - “Veiled Threats – Civil Liability of Directors and Shareholders” – Tim will examine, from both a practical and substantive perspective, the recent developments and case law regarding piercing the corporate veil and imposing civil liability on those individuals behind a company.
6:15pm to 6:50pm – David Turner, Advocate - “Never a Penalty, says Scot!” – David will review the law relating to liquidated damages and penalty clauses, and reflect upon recent consideration by the Supreme Court in Cavendish Square Holding BV v Talal El Makdessi”.
6:50pm to 7:00pm – Question and Answer Session chaired by Jonathan Brodie QC.