Consent - Mary O'Rourke QC, Old Square Chambers (Clinical Negligence, London, 15.11.16) How can you give standard advice on consent when a patient's response may depend on the humour or articulation of individual doctors (unlike Bolam and Sidaway, where you can call a mate or check a book)?
Bolam Test - Christopher Gibson QC, Outer Temple Chambers (Clinical Negligence, London, 15.11.16) Will the courts redefine the Duty of Care owed to the patient by the doctor and modify the Bolam test further (in relation to the duty upon which the Duty of Candour is perceived to impinge)?
Obligations - Michael Pooles QC, Hailsham Chambers (Professional Negligence, London, 28.09.16) How can you push the boundaries of the law of obligations to your client's advantage by stitching and unstitching equity and the common law?
Limitation of Liability - Ben Quiney QC, Crown Office Chambers (Professional Negligence, London, 28.09.16) How anxious is the court to test contractual provisions that limit a professional's liability when acting on a large transaction - fixed sum, set multiples or insurance cover?
Fraud - Jeremy Cousins QC, Radcliffe Chambers (Professional Negligence, London, 28.09.16) When can an insurer successfully repudiate a claim in negligence on the basis of a fraud exclusion and so secure an exit route?
Aggregation - Rebecca Sabben Clare QC, 7KBW (Professional Negligence, London, 28.09.16) Is the Court narrowing the possibilities for insured parties through its current analysis of aggregation? How do you argue the difference between an "intrinsic" and "extrinsic" relationship?