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Pushing the boundaries: Psychiatric injury - Secondary victims - the role of modern technology / social media

In an area of law that has developed in a piecemeal manner with differing decisions, bto will explore developments in case law and where the law currently stands, in light of the recent Inner House decision of the Court of Session in Martha Young v Arthur MacVean. Consideration will also be given to the potential role that the use of modern technology and social media may have in this developing area in the future.

Date: Thursday, 11 February 2016

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Location: bto solicitorsThe Presentation Suite, 48 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5HS

Speakers:

Claire White, Associate bto solicitors

Mark Hastings, Senior Solicitor with bto solicitors


Audience:

Insurance (insurers and self insured)

Programme:

12:15 - 12:30 Registration

12:30 - 13:30 Seminar

13.30 - 14:00 Informal buffet lunch


Fee:

This event is free of charge

Description:

In an area of law that has developed in a piecemeal manner with differing decisions, bto will explore developments in case law and where the law currently stands, in light of the recent Inner House decision of the Court of Session in Martha Young v Arthur MacVean. Consideration will also be given to the potential role that the use of modern technology and social media may have in this developing area in the future.

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