Webinar: Property litigation - end of year review


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Wednesday 08 December 2021

10:00 - 11:00

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Trowers' property litigation team will be looking back at some of the key commercial property litigation themes of 2021.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Covid 19 Commercial Rent Arrears: A discussion on where we are on commercial rent arrears including an update on the new arbitration process. Lindsey Whittle
  •  Telecoms: A review of the key cases from the past year and the impact they have had for site providers and operators on matters such as multi-skilled visits and costs. Emily Putz
  • Property insolvency: An update on company voluntary arrangements, restructuring plans and the latest on insolvency proceedings. Darrell Chiheb

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