Ed Pepperall QC will be speaking alongside Professor Dominic Regan at a half day seminar organised by Birmingham Law Society. The event is being held on Thursday 3rd October 2013 and is designed to provide an update on how Lord Justice Jackson’s reforms, that were introduced earlier this year, have impacted on the way litigation is conducted and how the associated costs are funded and recovered.
Ed Pepperall QC – As a member of the Civil Procedure Rule Committee, Ed has been at the heart of implementing the Jackson reforms. A regular speaker on all things Jackson, he is the only barrister member of the sub-committee reviewing the rules on costs management and the Commercial Court exemption. Ed is a commercial silk specialising in contractual disputes, often arising from business sales. He also handles all matters arising from the departure of senior executives from claims in restraint of trade, confidentiality or for diversion of business to unfair prejudice petitions.
Ed is also a member of Lexis-Nexis’ Panel of Experts for Dispute Resolution and of its Consultant Editorial panel for its PSL product.