As UK businesses are facing an increasingly uncertain economic environment, in-house legal teams are being challenged to navigate significant regulatory risks.
Our webinar series (recorded in October and November 2020) will help keep you up-to-date with the major issues and significant developments likely to affect in-house legal teams.
|White-collar crime: Common crime-related scenarios companies may have to deal with.
|Employment: A focus on the future of work, including requests for flexible working post Covid-19, the Government’s Job Support Scheme, proposed changes in the Employment Bill and a TUPE update.
|Data Protection: The latest on data export in light of the Schrems 2 judgment and data protection authority guidance.
|Regulatory: An update on Section 166 reviews and other regulatory investigations
|Insolvency and Restructuring: An update on the operation of CIGA 2020 and directors’ duties in the context of distressed companies.|
|IP: IP litigation risks by digital transformation: What cloud service users need to know.|
|Corporate: An update on recent corporate and corporate governance developments relevant to in-house lawyers.|
|Competition: An update covering competition law during the COVID crisis, the reality of Brexit for UK business in terms of competition and state aid and significant new enforcement trends.|
|Tax: An update on developments relevant to in-house lawyers, including an update on DAC6.
|Disputes: An update on recent cases relevant to in-house lawyers, including the Marex judgment on the reflective loss principle.
In-house legal and company secretarial teams across all industry sectors.
If you have any queries please contact Gill Prizeman on +44 (0)20 7444 3432 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no charge for attending.
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