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Thought Leaders4 Disputes: Group Litigation and Class Actions - The 3rd Annual Forum

Location: Doubletree Tower of London Hotel

Jennifer Meech will be speaking at Thought Leaders4 Disputes: Group Litigation and Class Actions conference taking place from 10 -11 October.

Jennifer has a wide-ranging commercial chancery practice with a particular emphasis on business disputes. These frequently involve company law, breach of fiduciary duties, joint ventures, partnerships, insolvency and real property issues. She is particularly adept at assisting in cases where these practice areas intersect. She has been involved in a number of group claims in recent years that involved professional negligence, cross-border, fraud and insolvency issues. Jennifer has appeared as sole counsel in a number of leading cases and is well placed to deal with complex legal issues. She has appeared both led and alone in appeals to the Court of Appeal, High Court and County Court. Jennifer also has significant trial experience and is a skilful cross examiner.

Jennifer will speak on Wednesday, 11th October, at 09:45 alongside John Hays (Ankura) and Thomas de la Mare KC (Blackstone Chambers). 

The panel will be discussing the following: 

  • The Continuous Evolution of Class Actions – What lies ahead
  • Will The Growth of Collective Group Litigations Continue?
  • Is There Likely to be Legislative Responses to Case Developments?
  • Will the Competition Regime Expand to Other Areas of Law?

For more information and to book your place, please click here