Don't miss our September webinars

Don't miss our September webinars

Don't miss our forthcoming September webinars: 


In this webinar our experts will provide an update on vicarious liability in the workplace by assessing recent cases including:

  • Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 2214
  • Shelbourne v Cancer Research UK [2019] EWHC 842 (QB)
  • Barclays Bank PLC v Various Claimants [2018] EWCA Civ 1670

A full agenda will be posted here prior to the broadcast date.

(LIVE) Combined code of conduct for solicitors (2020) - 15 September 2020 12:30 (BST)

In this webinar our experts will provide guidance on the SRA code of conduct that was introduced in November 2019.

A full agenda will be posted here prior to the broadcast date.

Industrial disease (2020) - 23 September 2020 12:30 (BST)

Our personal injury webinar titled ‘industrial disease’ provides an update on different diseases that can develop as a result of dangerous substances at work. Our practitioners will provide a case law update as well as looking into different diseases:

  • asbestos
  • occupational cancer
  • skin disease.

Our practitioners will also look into industrial disease that may occur as a result of COVID-19.

A full agenda will be posted here prior to the broadcast date.

 

(LIVE) Recent cases and developments on employment law status (2020) - 29 September 2020 12:30 (BST)

Following the case of Uber BV v Aslam, this webinar deals with the proposed protections for gig economy workers in the government’s separate consultation on one-sided flexibility – for example, workers being given reasonable notice of shifts and compensation for cancelled shifts.

A full agenda will be posted here prior to the broadcast date.

 

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Stephen has 25 years’ experience in the legal information and training business and, prior to joining LexisNexis in November 2014, launched a range of e-learning solutions for the Law Society. His arrival coincides with a period of transformation in the regulation of legal CPD and   he is excited at the prospect of ensuring that LexisNexis’ professional learning portfolio develops to meet practitioners’ changing needs.