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Martlet v Mulalley: Has the Court told us all we need to know about Cladding Fire Safety Claims post Grenfell?

On 14 July 2022, HHJ Stephen Davies handed down the first TCC judgment deciding claims for waking watch and remedial costs arising out of fire safety defects in the cladding to high-rise towers.  Counsel for the Claimant Housing Association, Jonathan Selby QC and Tom Coulson, will discuss the judgment and its likely impact on cladding fire safety claims post Grenfell.

This lecture will be held at the National Liberal Club and will be simultaneously available as an online webinar.

Numbers for the In-Person event are strictly limited. Members and their guests who do not book online unfortunately cannot be admitted.

Please also note this event will attract 1 CPD hour unless otherwise advised at the beginning.

Whichever option you choose, please note that bookings must be made online for this event, and SCL will not take bookings by email.

Choose from the following options:

TO ATTEND THE LECTURE AT THE NLC IN PERSON REGISTER HERE

TO ATTEND VIA ZOOM LINK REGISTER HERE

When
September 6th, 2022 6:30 PM BST to  7:30
Additional Event Information
Region London, Online
Chair Sally Davies
Moderator
Speakers Jonathan Selby QC and Tom Coulson
Organisers Andrew Singer QC, Hamish Lal, Karen Gough, Rebecca Shorter, Jonathan Pawlowski, Lauren Adams & Amy Lacey
Venue National Liberal Club, 1 Whitehall Pl, Westminster, London SW1A 2HE
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