Webinars & Podcasts
Catch-up with our most recent Devonshires Webinars. Our page is regularly refreshed, providing you with the most relevant and up to date information.
Matthew Garbutt and Pauline Lépissier give an overview of defamation, including when defamatory statements are posted online and the laws surrounding the duties of internet hosts. They explain the steps to follow to seek to delete defamatory posts or websites, including by anonymous posters, and what the Courts can do to help.
In this webinar, Rebecca Brady and Zoe McLean-Wells will look at S20 consultation. This is one of the key issues involved in dealing with service charges and recovery of costs incurred by RPs when providing services.
In this webinar, Neil Toner and Sasha Pirbhai will give an overview of Collateral Warranties and Section Agreements aiming to answer your initial questions.
Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft will provide an understanding of some of the key issues involved in dealing with service charges and recovery of costs incurred by RPs when providing services. This webinar covers an important aspect of service charge recovery process that needs to be complied with. This webinar will be of benefit to those involved in service charge recovery.
Mark London, Michael Wharfe, and guest speakers Andrew Mellor of PRP, and Bart Kavanagh of HKA will consider the impact of the Fire Safety Act 2021, recent Government Guidance and PAS9980. They will look at steps building owners should be taking now to risk assess their stock and to identify which buildings should be prioritised for assessment and remediation.
With data breaches claims becoming such a common occurrence, join us for our top tips for dealing with pre-action data breach claims and an update on recent case law.
In this webinar we will look at the legal tools and tactics available to address antisocial behaviour with the aim of achieving the best outcome for those affected by residential nuisance behaviour.
This webinar will cover key considerations in ending involvement in accommodation where care is provided to residents including disposing of care operations and assets to new providers. Caroline Mostowfi, Christian Barnes, and Donna McCarthy will share insights into overcoming challenges related to exiting care arrangements.
Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft provide an understanding of some of the key the issues involved in dealing with service charges and recovery of costs incurred by RPs when providing services. This webinar covers an important aspect of the Section 20 statutory consultation process that needs to be complied with and will be of benefit to those involved in service charge recovery.
Kirsty Thompson, Christian Barnes, and Hetal Ruparelia will provide an update on recent changes to data protection legislation, look at some of the other recent developments in data protection case-law and practice and cover possible future areas of development/divergence from current data protection law in the UK.
In this webinar Rebecca Brady and Jatinder Bhamber give delegates a sound introduction to the law around the various types of non-occupation and subletting cases, and the processes involved when looking to recover possession in these cases.
Hosted by Anna Bennett, who will be joined by Angela Hall, barrister at Five Paper, this Webinar is aimed at Registered Providers who provide accommodation to young persons. We will explain the law around accommodating minors and provide guidance on what to do when mistakes are made in the paperwork, or in the event these occupiers start to cause problems.