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Plexus Law’s Transportation Seminar

16th September 2019

Alex Glassbrook will be speaking at Plexus Law’s Transportation Seminar in Manchester on 24 October.

The agenda offers a great selection of current and near-future topics:

  • Brexit – can we escape from European Law? – Tim Short, Partner, Plexus Law
  • Big Data Analytics – a game changer for the insurance industry – Craig H. (Hollingworth), CDO, Concirrus
  • Civil Justice Reforms Update – Anthony Baker, Partner, Plexus Law & Vice President of FOIL
  • Autonomous Vehicle Law – Alex Glassbrook, Barrister, Temple Garden Chambers
  • Q&A with Panel

Venue & Timings: Radisson Blu Edwardian, Peter Street, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, M2 5GP

1.30-2.00: Registration | 2.00-5.00pm: Seminar | 5.00pm onwards: networking refreshments

To reserve a space for this event using the Plexus online registration facility, please access the link below, or email marketing@plexuslaw.co.uk.



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