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Another successful Inquest Seminar delivered by Tom Gent & Caroline Wood

Thank you to all those who attended last night’s seminar on Inquests involving Health & Safety and Industrial disease.

The event was held in the historic Oak Room at Quebecs, Leeds.

Tom Gent and Caroline Wood spoke on:

Inquests in cases where the HSE is an “interested person”

  • The requirement for a jury and its composition
  • Controlling disclosure
  • “Scope” and how to influence it
  • Preparation for a narrative conclusion

Industrial disease inquest:

  • What is an “industrial disease” and the obligation to report the death to the Coroner
  • Obtaining a post – mortem and retention of tissue samples
  • Recovering Costs

The next in our series of seminars on Inquests is on Thursday the 18th of July when Kirsten Mercer and Kate Wilson will be speaking on Article 2 Inquests.

Our series of Inquest seminars are proving to be very popular please book early to avoid disappointment.

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