06/06/2024

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  • Webinar | Thursday 6 June 2024 | 12:30 - 13:30 | 1 Hour

    Join us for this webinar that will consider what happens when orders in the Court of Protection are breached.

    Sophia Roper KC, a barrister from Serjeants’ Inn Chambers, will discuss:

    • The difference between an order, a declaration, an injunction and an undertaking in the Court of Protection
    • What a penal notice is and what it means?
    • The effect of breaching an order, a declaration, an injunction or an undertaking (with or without a penal notice) in the Court of Protection
    • Potential sanctions, implications and committal hearings

    Sophia Roper KC frequently advises on exceptionally complex urgent medical treatment cases in respect of adults and children, both in the Court of Protection and under the inherent jurisdiction of the High Court. She also sits as a Recorder in the Court of Protection.

     

    This webinar was originally scheduled for 1 February 2024 and has been rescheduled as shown. 

  • Please be aware that places for this seminar are limited and may get over subscribed.

    Our clients will get priority, but we will endeavour to increase capacity where we can to allow all those who wish to attend a place.

    Where we are heavily oversubscribed we will limit places per organisation.

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