Webinars coming up this month...

We support in-house lawyers be successful as both skilled lawyers and astute business people. How? 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.

Upcoming webinars in May:

(LIVE) Evidence and disclosure in 2019 - 07 May, 12:30pm

Evidence and disclosure is arguably the hottest topic in dispute resolution in 2019, with the restructuring of the Business and Property Courts, the impact of GDPR on evidence, and possible changes to the scope of privilege presenting wide ranging ramifications for practitioners in London and the regions. In this webinar our disputes experts elucidate all the changes you need to know.

Speakers: Dominic Regan, Visiting Professor, City Law School  & Ed Crosse, Partner, Simmons & Simmons 

GDPR and property (2019) - 10 May, 12:30pm

Compliance with GDPR can be a headache for many in industry and practice. In this webinar our compliance experts look specifically at the impact of GDPR on commercial property, discussing key issues and pitfalls you need to be aware of.

Speakers: Howard Ricklow, Partner, Collyer Bristow & Cecile De Lagarde, Associate, Collyer Bristow

Brexit - Spring 2019 Update - 13th May, 12:30pm

This webinar will deal with a number of key issues pertaining to Brexit as of 29 April 2019.

Corporate re-organisations in 2019 - 21 May, 12:30pm 

In this webinar we provide an overview of key issues to be aware of when advising on group reorganisations and corporate simplifications.

Data Protection in 2019: GDPR one year on - 22 May, 12:30pm 

Why GDPR is still relevant post Brexit. One year post GDPR what are the areas of compliance that Controllers and Processors are finding most challenging? Plus an update on regulatory guidance and overview of key enforcement action thus far.

Speakers: James Fenelon, Senior Associate, Bird & Bird & Elizabeth Upton, Associate, Bird & Bird

Networking for lawyers (2019) - 23 May, 12:30pm
In this informative webinar we discuss the imperative to devise and implement an effective strategy for developing a practice, and as part of that, to make thoughtful, considered choices about how, where and with whom one networks.

We explore the importance of giving, not  taking, listening before talking and of reciprocity; the need to build authority and visibility; mixing offline and online networks and the importance of the human touch: being an attractive, likeable person. We cover the particular psychological difficulties facing lawyers and why building resilience, and dealing with rejection is critical. And of course the value of practice, practice, practice.

Speakers: Bob Spence, Business Development Specialist, Wilkinson Read & Partners & Stephen Gold, Founder, Stephen Gold Consultancy 

Contracts in 2019 - 24 May, 12:30pm

In this webinar, our specialist speakers will provide a comprehensive update on developments in the cornerstone subject of commercial law: contracts.

Key tax considerations on selling a company (2019) - 27 May, 12:30pm 

Details to be released closer to the date 

The latest in trademarks and passing off (2019) - 28 May, 12:30pm 

Our trademarks and passing off webinar looks at all the key developments in the law since our 2018 update.

Speakers: Katharine Stephens, Partner, Co-Head of Intellectual Property, Bird & Bird & Peter Brownlow, Partner, Bird & Bird 

Commercial Property - Case Law Update 2019 - 29 May, 12:30pm 

Details to be released closer to the date 

Enforcement in 2019 - 29 May, 12:30pm

Enforcement is always a hot topic, and with likely regime changes after Brexit, there's a great deal for our specialist speakers to discuss in this webinar.

Brexit for in-house lawyers - 30th May, 12:30pm 
In this webinar we cover the importance of planning ahead; relocation of workforce; how to manage the risk of supply chain interruption; hHow to mitigate the impact of Brexit on delivery of products/services to customers and data protection issues.


Speakers: Clare Francis, Partner, Head of Brexit Advisory, Pinsent Masons & Hui Min Langridge, Senior Counsel, Data Analytics and loT, Hitachi Vantara

Why choose Lexis Webinars?
  • Cost-effective– no membership fees, great discounts for group bookings
  • Authoritative– the latest developments, delivered by leading practitioners and experts
  • Comprehensive – download case reports sourced from LexisLibrary and speaker slides
  • Compatible with the SRA’s new continuing competence scheme
  • Include a downloadable audio podcast for learning on the go

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  • Available to view on demand, anytime you like, for up to 12 months after the broadcast date
  • Accessible on your desktop, laptop, tablet, computer or mobile
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