Family Law Hub

WEBINAR: Covert Recordings in Family Cases

To be broadcast live on 6th March 2019. Listen in free on the day.

  • Matthew Warmoth, a barrister at Fourteen, looks at the general principles and current law regulating the use of covert recordings in finance and private children cases touching on: 

    • Practical considerations in all cases including whether or not permission is required to rely on covert recordings, what to look for when faced with covert recordings provided by the client etc. 
    • Covert recordings in finance cases: WG v HG [2018] EWFC B66 (by Francis J) 
    • General approach to recordings of professionals such as experts (money or private children proceedings) and Cafcass/ Social Workers (private children proceedings); 
    • General approach to recording family members 
    • General approach to recording children
    When? 1-2pm, Wednesday, 6th March 2019

    Where? Any computer with sound and broadband

    How much? Free to listen in on the day






    Matthew Warmoth, Fourteen

Published: 20/01/2019

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