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 webinar on fire and building safety, Mark London, Lee Russell, and Ellie Fletcher are joined by guest speakers technical experts Andrew Mellor, PRP and Steve Cooper, Hollis. They discuss, among other things, which fire doors need to be checked, how a Responsible Person should approach the task of assessing fire doors, and the perspective of The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022.
In this webinar, Ellen Damlica, Rose Klemperer, and Scott Turner explore common areas of confusion when executing documents, the primary differences between deeds and contracts, the implications of invalid execution and more.
In this episode, Alicia talks to Leah Kesby and Marie Smale in our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team about what Part 36 Offers are, and why they are important to consider throughout the litigation process.
In this webinar, Nikki Bowker and Marie Smale explore the vulnerabilities of organisations operating in a remote environment and the types of fraud that exploits those vulnerabilities.
Changing the terms and conditions of employment can be a necessary but complicated part of being an employer. In this session, Kirsty Thompson and Llewellyn Perkins discuss the different options available, and the levels of risk in changing an employee’s terms and conditions.
The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 introduce new duties for building owners and landlords. In this webinar, Lee Russell, Mark Foxcroft, and Mark London will bring you up to date on the new duties and provide an overview of the wider legal considerations at play.
Litigation is expensive, time-consuming, risky and adversarial. Join us for a discussion about how to avoid it. Marie Smale and Annie Bletsoe-Brown provide an overview of alternatives to litigation, including various forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution, and how each might be appropriate to different circumstances.
Nat Cartwright considers issues involving requests from telecom providers to install telecommunication apparatus on buildings, grounds for opposing such a request, terms of agreement, compensation, and dealing with disputes in Tribunals. This webinar will be of benefit to those involved in asset management.
The second part of 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.
Discrimination can be a scary concept to deal with when it is asserted by employees, because of the financial and reputational consequences of a successful claim. In this webinar, Chris Cuckney and Melissa Chuttur look at the key concepts and defences, drawing on recent case-law in the area.
In this webinar, Kelsey Walker and Christopher Smith, Directors at Savills, and Gemma Bell and Donna McCarthy, Partners at Devonshires, discuss what the move to proactive consumer regulation will mean in practice, including how the Tenant Satisfaction Measures will be measured and reported on, good practice around remaining accountable and hearing the resident voice and more.