The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London W1
2 November 2023, 9.15am - 4.30pm
Henry Webb will be giving a talk on ‘Repairing Obligations and Freedom of Contract’ at the The Property Litigation Association 2023 Autumn Training Day on Thursday 2nd November.
His talk will cover the following pressing issues within Landlord & Tenant law:
- When is a landlord liable to a tenant for damage caused from disrepair in retained parts?
- Will a liability to repair be implied?
- Can the tenant rely upon the covenant for quiet enjoyment?
- Or is there a liability in tort?
This event, like all principal PLA training events now, will be a hybrid event:
- Traditional in-person attendance
- Free livestream available to all members wherever they might be on the day.
The networking drinks at the end of the presentations is an excellent opportunity to meet up with your fellow property litigators, which is such an important part of the PLA ethos. So, please support the event in-person if you are free to do so on the day.
Open to all PLA members and their colleagues, including the option to send one trainee who is currently undertaking a property litigation seat.
The PLA’s 2023 Training Day programme can be found here.
Henry is ranked as a Leading Junior in both Chambers and Partners UK Bar and Legal 500 for Property/Real Estate Litigation.
Clients comment that:
“Henry has a calm, measured but highly effective advocacy style. He has a comprehensive grasp on the factual detail and relevant law, consistently demonstrating excellent judgement on which points to press and in what way. He is very responsive throughout a case and quickly gains his client’s trust. he is “a strong advocate both orally and in writing” (Legal 500 2023); and
“Henry has an uncanny ability to digest and recall intricate details of a case as well as dealing with curve balls. His advocacy is incredibly persuasive” (Chambers and Partners 2023).
In previous editions of the directories, comments include that “he gets to the crux of the matter and offers clear advice” and that he is “an excellent advocate, who is very sound on the law and a complete team player”. Solicitors and clients also state that he “has a self-assured confidence which really comes across to the client” and that “his strength is his ability to distil complex legal issues and offer workable practical solutions”.
Having represented clients at all levels of the judicial system, Henry is an experienced litigator of business and property disputes.