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Sole and high street practitioner seminar

Date: 31st January 2019

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Location:
Law Society of Scotland
Atria One
144 Morrison Street
Edinburgh
EH3 8EX

CPD Hours: 1hour

The seminar will focus on: • The role that Lockton can play in supporting your risk management efforts, against the backdrop of the Master Policy, • The main types of claims which are made under the Master Policy • The impact of risk management in mitigating or even preventing such claims • Some real claims scenarios for discussion Lockton will provide plenty of opportunity for interaction and questions to ensure attendees maximise the benefit of the event ‘take-aways’. In fact, if you would like to come armed with questions and input on the specific areas of risk management which you would like to see covered in the future, that would be helpful. Crowd

The seminar will focus on:

• The role that Lockton can play in supporting your risk management efforts, against the backdrop of the Master Policy, 
• The main types of claims which are made under the Master Policy
• The impact of risk management in mitigating or even preventing such claims
• Some real claims scenarios for discussion

Lockton will provide plenty of opportunity for interaction and questions to ensure attendees maximise the benefit of the event ‘take-aways’. In fact, if you would like to come armed with questions and input on the specific areas of risk management which you would like to see covered in the future, that would be helpful. 

Register today 

All solicitors, trainees and paralegals are welcome to attend. An invitation is extended to local faculty groups across Scotland to attend remotely.

Secure your place by emailing Katie McKenna at highstreet@lawscot.org.uk including any dietary or access requirements.

Sole Practitioners

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  • 17:30 - 18:00

    Registration, refreshments and networking
  • Matthew Thomson, Client Executive, Lockton


    After qualifying as a solicitor in 2006, Matthew worked in private practice before joining the Law Society in 2011. At the Law Society, Matthew was in the professional practice team, advising members on practice and ethical matters. Matthew joined the Lockton Master Policy Practice Management Team in September 2018 dealing with all aspects of client service and risk management.

    Gail Cook, Client Executive, Lockton 
    Gail has over 30 years of underwriting experience, evaluating the risks and exposures created by professional firms. She previously worked in senior positions at Novae Insurance and Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance. Prior to joining Lockton she held the role of Head of Financial Lines in Zurich. Gail’s role focuses on a mix of client service and risk management

Prices

prices exclude VAT

Solicitors, trainees and paralegals :
£Free
 

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