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08 Mar


Fieldfisher - London


Riverbank House,
2 Swan Ln,

BABICM Members



Standard Rate

Early bird until 11.01.23



Standard Rate







Disclosure Dilemmas: Not For The Faint Hearted ++SOLD OUT++

This timely and exciting one-day workshop will cover the legal and practical implications of disclosure of documentation during the course of the litigation process. 

Disclosure Dilemmas: Not for the faint hearted, is a timely and exciting day workshop which will cover the legal and practical implications of disclosure of documentation during the course of the litigation process vital event for brain injury case managers and all others leading and involved in litigation.

This workshop will be presented by Counsel, Claimant and Defendant solicitors and Case Manager/Care Expert followed by panel discussion.  The event will cover the following areas:

  • An overview of disclosure within the context of litigation.
  • How disclosure should work in practice – the Claimant and Defendant viewpoint.
  • A case managers perspective.
  • A care expert perspective.

Learning Outcomes

  • An understanding of disclosure within litigation
  • An understanding of the responsibilities of professionals involved in the litigation journey.
  • An understanding of the challenges within the context of disclosure.


Hosted by

Confirmed Speakers

Steven Snowden KC – 12 Kings Bench Walk – Event Chair
The law, disclosure and GDPR


Eleanor Tallon – Independent Social Worker/ Best Interest Assessor
Adult safeguarding and ‘making safeguarding personal’ MSP, safeguarding principles and considering consent, capacity and confidentiality.


Keith Cundall – Partner at Fieldfisher
Claimant solicitor perspective


Lisa Goudy (BHL & JJA) – Case Manager and Expert Witness
Brain Injury Case Manager’s perspective & perspective of Care Expert 


Ken Young  Partner & Head of Complex and CAT PI at Keoghs
Medical Legal Defendant solicitor perspective


Full programme

09.00am – 10.00am             Registration, networking and refreshments

10.00am – 10.30am             Welcome and introductions from Chair – The law, disclosure and GDPR – Steven Snowden KC

10.30am – 11.30am             Claimant solicitor perspective – Keith Cundall, Fieldfisher

11.30am – 12.30pm             Medical Legal Defendant Solicitor – Ken Young, Keoghs

12.30pm – 1.30pm               Lunch and Networking

1.30pm – 2.30pm               Brain Injury Case Manager’s perspective & perspective of Care Expert – Lisa Goudy, Ben Holden Ltd & JJ&A

2.30pm – 2.45pm               Comfort break

2.45pm – 3.30pm              Adult safeguarding, best interests, disclosure and consent considerations. – Eleanor Tallon Independent Social Worker/ Best Interest Assessor

3.30pm – 4.00pm               Questions for speakers/debate on issues raised

4.15pm – 4.30pm              Closing remarks from Chair Steven Snowden KC


Venue Directions


Public Transport Links

Bank Tube Station (Underground and DLR)

Distance: 0.3 miles, 6 minute walk to Riverbank House (all routes involve a small steep hill downwards to get to the office, unless you aim in the direction of London Bridge and get the lift, which is located on the North West side of the bridge, down to the river)

Disabled Access (limited accessibility – step-free entrance/exit is via King William Street only):

  • Central Line: no step-free access.
  • Waterloo & City Line: lift, escalator, and travelator access to platforms but manual ramp needed to get on and off the train (alert station staff of your requirements when arriving at the station/before boarding the train).
  • DLR: full step-free access – escalator and lift access between street (King William Street) and DLR platforms. NB. The doors for the DLR are button-operated.
Cannon Street Station (Underground and Overground)

Distance: 0.3 miles, 5 minute walk to Riverbank House (all routes involve a small steep hill downwards to get to the office)

Disabled Access (this station has part step-free access):

  • District & Circle Lines: Lift access between street and westbound platform only. Step-free onto tube westbound platform only.
  • Overground: lift access to concourse via Cannon Street entrance (by M&S), a further lift connects the upper and lower concourses. Staff available to assist with manual ramp boarding.
 London Bridge Station (Underground and Overground)

Distance: 0.7miles, 15 minute walk (mostly flat, this includes no stairs down from London Bridge as there is a lift available on the West side of the bridge)

Disabled Access (for step-free access, you need to use the correct entrance/exit depending on which platform you are travelling from/to):

  •  Jubilee and Northern tube lines have full step-free access.
  • Staff available to assist with manual boarding ramps for overground trains.
  • Lift access between street and Jubilee line platforms from Station Approach and Tooley Street entrances and Northern line platforms via Borough High Street.
  • Escalator access between street and Jubilee line platforms via Borough High Street entrance only.
  • Escalator interchange between Jubilee and Northern lines via Northern line ticket hall.
  • Lift interchange between Jubilee and Northern lines requires exiting the station and travelling a 410m journey via the street – staff are available to direct and assist.
Monument Tube Station (Underground)

Distance: 0.2 miles, 5 minute walk to Riverbank House (all routes involve a small steep hill downwards to get to the office)

Disabled Access:

  • No step-free access.


  • The easiest and fastest route from London Bridge to Riverbank House via road is via the A300:
  • Take London Bridge Street to Borough High Street.
  • Take Southwark Street / A3200 to Thrale Street.
  • Follow Thrale Street to Southwark Bridge Road/ A300.
  • Continue off A300 to Swan Lane.
  • Turn right onto Swan Lane (destination will be on the right).

Drop Off Points

The taxi drop off is outside the building on Swan Lane.

There is an electronically powered accessible door on Upper Thames Street where you can press the button to alert security and the door will open in order to enter the building. See further information in the ‘On arrival at our Office’ section.


There are a limited number of car spaces in the Underground Car Park (lower basement level), bookable in advance. Please contact your host to arrange for a disabled access parking bay to be booked. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss your access needs further, please liaise with 9th floor reception prior to arrival on 0330 460 7000 or

When driving down Swan Lane, you will see the Parking Entrances (2 x lifts) on your right.

You will need to temporarily get out of the vehicle to buzz the intercom (located between the two lifts). Alternatively, your host can meet you outside to assist. Security will ask your name, registration, and allocated parking bay (your host will let you know this information prior to arrival).

The car lift will be opened remotely and you will need to enter and continue to the Basement Parking Garage.  Please note that the height restriction for the car lift is 215cm and weight restriction is 5600kg. The length is 636cm.

Once parked in the allocated bay, you will then need to return through one of the car lifts to street level and make your way to the Ground Floor Reception where a visitor’s pass can be obtained to access the 9th floor reception (disabled access via the electronically powered door).

Closest Public Parking:

  • NCP Vintry Thames Exchange – 0.2 miles, 1 minute drive, 2 Blue Badge bays.
  • Baynard House – 0.8 miles, 4 minute drive, 5 Blue Badge bays.
  • NCP London Bridge – 1.3 miles, 8 minute drive, 12 Blue Badge bays.
  • The City of London have 200 allocated time-limited Blue Badge bays across the Square Mile for Blue Badge holders.

Contact Us

For further information on this event, please contact the BABICM office.

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