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The Data Protection Act - Implications for Liability Insurers - Lecture
|Date:||Thursday, 24 September 2020|
|Duration:||1 hour day(s)|
|Price:||£ no fee|
As we will not be able to hold our annual Liability and Professional Indemnity conferences at Cambridge this year we will be arranging a number of online lectures over September and October.
Christopher Stanton will give a presentation on The Data Protection Act – Implications for Liability Insurers
Christopher Stanton is a partner at Keoghs where he is head of professional risks, specialising in the defence of claims against professionals and related coverage issues. He has a particular focus upon defending claims against solicitors, from sole practitioners to top 30 law firms. He also advises insurers and brokers on coverage issues, including those arising from the Minimum Terms and Qualifying Insurers’ Agreement.
The presentation starts at 3.30 pm and will last for about an hour.
There is no fee involved in attending this lecture but as places are limited, anyone booking a place is expected to attend.