Trowers & Hamlins invites you to a series of webinars on injunctive relief – the law, practical tips and strategic considerations.
In Part 1 of our injunction webinar series we will be looking at 'newcomer' injunctions, where the Supreme Court has recently set out the law in Wolverhampton City Council and others v London Gypsies and Travellers and others, confirming that injunctions against 'persons unknown' can be obtained on a final, as well as an interim, basis.
Michael Rhode, James Lancaster and Rob Walker have successfully applied for newcomer injunctions in a number of different contexts. During the webinar Michael, James and Rob will be looking the concept of 'newcomer' injunctions, the circumstances when they are commonly required (including in the context of planning breaches), when they can be obtained, the practicalities of obtaining and serving injunctions and related strategic considerations.
This webinar will take place at 2pm on 8 February. Please click on the link to register.
In Parts 2 and 3 of the series we will be looking at freezing injunctions and 'springboard' injunctions. More details to follow.
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