29 April 2021 | Comment | Article by Helen Saunders

Lunch & Learn eLearning Week with Legal Network | 24-28 May

Lunch & Learn e-learning week | 24-28 May with Legal Network | Hugh James

We’ve really missed seeing you at our usual face to face events and know that professional development has been challenging over the last year. So, we've decided to host an entire week of lunchtime topical talks for our Legal Network members.

It’s an action-packed series of online training and legal updates, that’s easy to access and we hope you can join us.

To help you get the most from our flexible training content, we're focusing our e-learning week on themed days. We’ll cover the key areas you want to know more about through a blend of webinars, articles and videos.

The e-learning week 5 key areas include:

You can access the e-learning week's full content below, as it becomes available. 

 

Dispute Resolution

Launching Monday 24 May - watch this space for more information as it becomes available. 

Town & Village Greens Webinar replay | Hugh James
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Flytipping webinar replay | Hugh James
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Available soon

Corporate / Commercial | Tuesday 25 May

Live webinar

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Corporate & Commercial webinar


Common issues in corporate transactions: a case study
Tuesday 25 May | 12.30-1.30pm

The webinar will take you though a case study covering commercial issues, including the assignment of intellectual property and related implications in a buyout or disposal, in addition to specific banking issues, such as loan note instruments and security and intercreditor issues.

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Launching Tuesday 25 May - watch this space for more information as it becomes available. 

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Commercial Property

Live webinar

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Commercial Property webinar


The future of town centres post-pandemic
Wednesday 26 May | 12.30-1.30pm

Our expert panel will discuss the world of post-pandemic town centres with special guest speaker Harry Badham, Head of UK Development at AXA Real Estate. The webinar will discuss various topics including how the need for, and the use of, town centre property is evolving, with John Hussey covering recent planning updates to use class regulations and Jody Bingham on property financing issues.

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Launching Wednesday 26 May - watch this space for more information as it becomes available. 

Available soon
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Neurolaw & Court of Protection

Live webinar

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Neurolaw & Court of Protection webinar


Complex catastrophic injury claims and the ongoing involvement of a professional deputy
Thursday 27 May | 12.30-1.30pm

When dealing with complex catastrophic injury claims it is essential to build an expert team. In this webinar, Partner, Ciaran McCabe will discuss the key issues on the journey from initial instruction to the successful conclusion of the litigation of such claims. Associate, Charlotte Fletcher outlines the role of a property and financial affairs deputy appointed by the Court of Protection in the ongoing management of the damages received.

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Launching Thursday 27 May - watch this space for more information as it becomes available. 

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Employment

Launching Friday 28 May - watch this space for more information as it becomes available. 

Available soon
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