October Webinars

October Webinars

We support the success of In-house lawyers as both skilled solicitors and astute business people by constantly providing valuable, insightful content. Our comprehensive range of webinars are designed to help support in-house counsel stay ahead of the latest regulatory developments and the practical implications to consider for your organisation. 

Tax issues in commercial property (2019) -  7 October -  12:30 (BST)

In this webinar, our tax specialists explore a range of tax issues that commercial property practitioners ought to be aware of, and provide insight into how they affect your practice. Click here to view more 

The effect of Brexit on IP rights (2019) - 8 October - 12:30 (BST)

Brexit will affect all aspects of intellectual property, and this webinar will look at both short term changes, and things to consider in the longer term. Click here to view more 

The New Prospectus Regulation (2019) 9 October - 12:30 (BST)

The new Prospectus Regulation came into force on 20 July 2017, but the majority of the provisions are effective from 20 July 2019, two years later. In this webinar, our speakers discuss the key elements of the PR, and how they will affect your practice. Click  here to view more 

Brexit - Autumn 2019 Update - 14 October - 12:30 (BST)

Our Brexit specialists provide an update on the current legal landscape following the UK's withdrawal from the European Union, building on our previous update webinar in the summer. Click here

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