Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner at leading direct conveyancing firm, Goldsmith Williams, has been invited to speak at the National Conveyancing Congress, which will take place at the Brit Oval in London on November 14 and 15.
The congress is a new annual forum which will bring together senior individuals from all major industry stakeholders to share information, network and jointly shape the direction of the residential property sales market.
With over 60 speakers representing all parts of the industry, the 2006 event will focus on the countdown to the implementation of HIPs, and how the infrastructure being set in place for HIPs could shape the future of e-conveyancing.
Eddie will be one of a panel of speakers looking at how HIPs will change the shape of the conveyancing market, and will also chair a session which will look at what conveyancers should be doing now to ensure that their business benefits from the onset of e-conveyancing.
Eddie comments: With only seven months between the Congress and the scheduled implementation of HIPS, this event will provide market players with the opportunity to share experiences to date, review pilot schemes, and debate proposals for improvements over the remaining months.