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Claims club

18 June 2021

This online event took place on 16 June 2021 and is now available on-demand. The content in this recording was correct as of the original webinar date.

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We discussed:

  • Managing the risk of data sharing and inadvertent disclosure

    Exploring the risks surrounding data sharing, how to minimise the risks of a breach, and how to respond effectively when a breach arises, with reference to London Borough of Lambeth v AM [2021] where Browne Jacobson acted for the Claimant Authority.

  • Tackling risk in a changing climate

    Climate change and the drive for carbon neutrality remain high on the agenda for legislative change. We will consider the proposed changes, compliance with duties and potential risks facing local authorities.

  • Highways claims: where are we heading?

    With a continued drive to reduce traffic on the road network and give road space over to pedestrians and green methods of transport, we will reflect on the potential impact on highways claims and the need for authorities to assess a shifting risk.

  • Legal update

    We will consider recent important and interesting decisions, bringing you up to date with key issues and cases of interest, as well as what we see on the horizon.

Our speakers

Victoria Curran

Victoria Curran


Victoria specialises in insurance litigation, particularly defending complex, high value RTA, employers, public and product liability claims.

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Bridget Tatham

Bridget Tatham


Bridget specialises in high value complex litigation relating to disease and stress and bullying at work; experienced in regulatory matters including advocacy, investigations and inquests.

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