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CCUA CENTRAL REGIONAL MEETING & EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF THE CIVIL COURT USERS ASSOCIATION

Tuesday 22nd September 2015

KPMG, 1 Snow Hill, Snowhill Queensway, B4 6GH

at 10.30am

The meeting should close at 1.00pm and a buffet lunch will follow.

AGENDA

  • Welcome to members, new members and guests.
  • Apologies
  • Minutes of the previous meeting held on Tuesday 30th June 2015- to follow
  • Matters arising from the Minutes not on the agenda.
  • “Mediation- is it all it is cracked up to be?”

Speaker: Richard Harrison, A Birmingham Mediator supported by Karen Early,

Operations Manager, Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service

  • Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service.

a) An oral update report from the Court Service by Louise Titteron, Head of Civil, Family and Tribunals for the Midland Region for Her Majesty’s Courts & Tribunals Service.

b) An oral update report on The Money Claims Centralised Processing and Contact Centre at Loughborough by Eliz Augusztinyi, Delivery Manager, National Business Centres, Crown House, Loughborough.

  • To receive Association reports:-

Chairman’s Report-Amir Ali, Acting Chair CCUA
Legal & Technical Committee Report – Zakia Khalid, on behalf of The Legal & Technical Committee of which she is a member.
The Policy & Reform Committee, Amir Ali, Acting Chair, CCUA
The Annual Conference 2015- a report by Amir Ali, Chair of The Events Committee.

  • To note the Cilex & Law Society accreditation for this meeting for CPD purposes.

a) To report on progress being made for a speaker for the December 2015 meeting
b) To consider a speaker and subject for the March 2016 meeting

  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • Legal Ombudsman
  • StepChange Debt Charity
  • A speaker from St Phillips Chambers, Birmingham
  • Others
  • Any Other Business. Court Surgeries

 

Please email Claire at the CCUA (claireh@ccua.org.uk) telephone (07583 137979 / 01527 585001) as soon as possible. This will assist with the security arrangements. Thank you.

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