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.
In this session, Charlotte Sawyer and Philip Evans discuss the common issues and traps that RPs should be aware of when negotiating development agreements.
The first in a two-part webinar series which provides a masterclass on management companies, management agreements and managing agents. Lee Russell, Gemma Bell, Stavrina Tofallis, and Mark Foxcroft bring you up to speed – from set up, to disputes and everything in between.
Pauline Lépissier hosts a discussion on demystifying the traditional litigation process. From pre-action protocols to enforcement of judgments, Pauline provides an overview of the steps involved in bringing or defending a claim through the Court system and what is expected from your organisation at every step.
The merger landscape looks quite different to that of five or ten years ago. RPs will need to be clear and critical on how they can continue to meet their strategic objectives. Gemma Bell and Rose Klemperer, along with guest speakers Andy Roskell, Paul Hillard, and Anna Klimczak discuss what’s next on the merger horizon.
The new Procurement Bill represents a significant change to public procurement regulation, which will affect procuring authorities and private sector bidders alike. Procurement law specialist Kris Kelliher talks you through the key aspects of the new Bill and what the changes it will bring about mean for the public and private sectors.
Hannah Langford, Partner in our Real Estate & Projects team, along with guest speakers Matt Carroll and Tom Dewey of Altair, will cover the practical implications of the Levelling up and Regeneration Bill focussing on proposed changes to the planning system and how these might impact on your development plans.
With spiralling costs and the highest level of inflation in decades, many employers will be reviewing and restructuring their businesses to see what financial savings can be made. Chris Cuckney and Llewellyn Perkins look at the redundancy process and how to avoid the common pitfalls that can result in Employment Tribunal claims.
Social landlords have until 12 October to respond to the Government’s Consultation on a proposed rent cap on social and affordable rented homes from April 2023. Jonathan Corris, Jonathan Jarvis, Nick Billingham, and Samantha Grix discuss what the Consultation means for social landlords and how to respond to it.
In this episode, Robert and Ann from our Legal 500 tier 1 Debt Recovery team discuss with James King of Quality Bailiffs, national High Court Enforcement Officers, about how they assist with the enforcement of a Judgment.
Katie Maguire and Melissa Chuttur provide a general outline of the recent changes in employment law, including an outline of recent Employment Tribunal decisions.
In this episode, Alicia talks to Pauline Lépissier and Emma Ganley about the importance of considering and effectively managing the costs involved in litigation, the process of cost budgeting and recoverability.
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.