Care costs disputes and the role of the Court of Protection – following the Supreme Court decision in N v ACCG


On 22nd March, the Supreme Court handed down an important judgment on the role of the Court of Protection. In N v ACCG [2017] UKSC 22 the Supreme Court considered the Court of Protection’s role where there is a dispute about what services should be provided by public authorities to a person who lacks capacity.

Lee Parkhill and Samantha Jones will present a talk on the case, and its implications for practice. This seminar is an essential tool for any solicitor involved in Court of Protection proceedings and will provide vital insight into the ambit of the Court of Protection’s powers in cases of this nature, as well as a discussion of the new case management rules and raising human rights arguments in the Court of Protection.

4th April 2017, 5.30pm

Location: 7BR, 7 Bedford Row, WC1R 4BS

To secure your place and to learn more about the seminar, please RSVP to: RSVP@7br.co.uk

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