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We hold a wide range of events focusing on industry legal issues, training updates and legislative change. From seminars to webinars, breakfast briefings to client meetings we hope to see you at one of our events soon.
Following the successful launch last year of Lewis Silkin’s Brand Academy the date has been set for this year’s event: Thursday 13 October 2011.
Area of law: Technology & Digital, Brand Management, Advertising & Marketing, Publishing, Media & Entertainment, Reputation Management, AV, TV & Digital Media, Technology & Data
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The New Data Protection Directive & Cookie Compliance breakfast briefing, is hosted by Simon Morrissey, with guest speaker Meriel Lenfestey.
Area of law: Technology & Data, Data Protection & Freedom of Information, Brand Management
For the Advertising Law conference C5 will once again assemble an outstanding line up of speakers, including regulators, policy makers, leading in-house counsel and expert lawyers, including Lewis Silkin's Brinsley Dresden.
Area of law: Brand Management, Advertising & Marketing
This is a networking group specifically for those who handle or are involved with the commercial property portfolios of Registered Providers.
Area of law: Real Estate, Real Estate Development
Area of law: Employment
Here’s your chance to catch up on the latest developments in the world of employment law. With imminent changes to unfair dismissal law and the tribunal system and ongoing consultations about other major changes, there will be lots to discuss.
In a break with tradition, we thought it would be helpful to have a session before the latest round of employment law changes are introduced in April 2012 to take stock of the recent and proposed developments and to consider how those impact on law firms.
Area of law: Law Firms & Professional Services, Employment
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Area of law: Intellectual Property, Brand Management, Sport
It’s a sad reality in the current economic climate that many employers are being forced to consider redundancies and other cost-saving measures in order to keep their businesses afloat. This session will take a practical approach, using case studies to illustrate the various options.
Have you checked your own netrep lately? Employers want to make sure new hires are suitable and it can be a gamble to take what people say about themselves at face value. But how far can recruiters go in researching a new employee’s background? And what legal risks may arise?