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The potential role of freezing injunctions in adjudication enforcement proceedings

This talk considers the circumstances in which a freezing injunction may be an appropriate interim remedy in adjudication enforcement proceedings in circumstances where assets appear to have been removed from a company following the emergence of a dispute and a referral to adjudication, following the recent judgment of Mrs Justice O'Farrell DBE in the case of Nicholas James Care Homes Ltd v Liberty Homes (Kent) Limited  [2022] EWHC 1203 (TCC).

This lecture will be held at the Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP offices and will be simultaneously available as an online webinar.  Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP are located close to railway station, public parking available opposite at Torrington Car Park, TN1 1DJ.  Please email one of the organisers if you would like to join the Committee for drinks / food at a nearby hostelry for an opportunity to network.

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

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When
July 6th, 2022 6:30 PM BST to  7:30
Location
Thomson Snell & Passmore Llp
Heathervale House
2 – 4 Vale Avenue
Tunbridge Wells
TN1 1DJ
United Kingdom
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Region Kent, Online
Chair Chris Kirby-Turner
Moderator
Speakers Laurence Page, 4 Pump Court
Organisers Jane Ryland, Chris Kirby-Turner & Richard Begbey
Venue Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP & Online
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