Please join us for a series of three breakfast seminars over the summer that will see Raghav Trivedi delve into the fascinating realm of Conflict of Laws.
In today’s globalised world, legal disputes often transcend national boundaries, requiring an understanding of the complex web of rules and principles governing such conflicts. With a real estate angle, this series aims to simplify what is a very complex area of law into its basic components, providing a concise and practical exploration of the intricacies surrounding the resolution of conflicts between different legal systems.
There will also be the usual opportunity to network with colleagues over breakfast so please secure your place and book on using the form below.
Venue: St Philips Chambers, 55 Temple Row Birmingham, B2 5LS
Registration & Breakfast: 9:00am
Start Time: 9:30am
Finish Time: 10.30am
Date: Wednesday 28th June 2023
Raghav will be discussing and unpacking the principles that apply to determining an English Court’s jurisdiction in relation to cross-border disputes involving property located abroad. The seminar will provide a practical roadmap to assist legal professionals in advising clients on whether or not English Courts have jurisdiction to hear such a cross-border dispute.
Date: Wednesday 12th July 2023
Once the English Court is satisfied it can hear the case, the next question becomes what law applies to a cross-border dispute involving property located abroad. This week Raghav will be breaking down the principles that apply in determining the applicable law, in order to assist legal professionals in advising clients on what law applies to such a dispute.
Date: Wednesday 6th September 2023
Given that property is located abroad, even if a Claimant obtains judgment in the English Courts, how does one go about enforcing such a judgment? The final talk of the series will see Raghav will be exploring the principles that apply in determining enforcement and recognition of judgments in relation to cross-border property disputes, to assist legal professionals in advising clients on enforcement and recognition in a cross-border dispute involving property located abroad.
Written by Justin Luckman