Registration Hotline - 01379 740619 - About SGCL - Contact Us  -  Privacy Policy - Mail list opt out - Booking Terms


Simon Gore Consulting Ltd

8 Upper Street, Oakley, Diss, IP21 4AX

Copyright Simon Gore Consulting Ltd (SGCL)

All rights reserved.


Join our mailing list and get exclusive offers and group deals

Our events are going paperless, find out how this affects you attendance, click here for details

March/April Finance Case Update


1 hour CPD

Recording 2nd April (download from 3rd April)

Presented by

Chris Miller and Victoria Miller, Fourteen

BC v BG [2019] EWFC 7: A case where the Court had to determine whether or not an arbitrated outcome should be upheld by the Family Court. We will also look at the issues that this case raises in relation to the future of arbitration within financial remedy disputes.


Continuing the exploration of the finality/ binding nature of ADR processes, we will also look at AR v JR [2018] EWHC 3626 where the Court considered a strike out application made on the basis of a prior compromise having been reached within judicial separation proceedings.


Trusts have remained a hot topic in recent months with Daga v Bangur [2018] EWFC 91 being the latest instalment to arrive and highlighting the perils of seeking an award from a discretionary trust.


Important guidance on the procedure for summarily assessing costs was given in Lemmens v Barbara [2018] EWCA Civ 2963.


Finally, in Cowan v Foreman [2019] EWHC 263, Mostyn J has given guidance on the approach that should be taken by the Court when considering whether or not to extend the 6 month time limit for claims under s2 of the I(PFD)A 1975. 

Other ways to register

Call us on 01379 740619


CPD - 1 hour (SRA A2)

Recording format - mp4 with MS Power Point Slides.