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.
Donna McCarthy and Neil Toner will cover a variety of soft skills and valuable tips for Junior Lawyers, Paralegals, Trainee and NQ Solicitors. This will be an interactive session where the audience are encouraged to participate and share their experiences.
Hosted by Caroline Mostowfi, Joanna Bouloux, and Katie Maguire the purpose of this webinar is to provide guidance on the legal and commercial matters involved in the sale process of care homes from our experts on property, employment and corporate aspects.
This webinar will address the commercial and practical implications of the transition from LIBOR to SONIA. Gary Grigor will discuss what your action plan should be, when to negotiate with lenders/counterparties, how to manage the practicalities and more.
Aimed at those starting out in their careers in tenancy and leasehold management, Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft will look at dealing with and managing shared ownership leases. This is one of the key areas of leasehold management.
There are many reasons that a Social Landlord may grant a licence to occupy. In this session Donna McCarthy and Samantha Grix will look at the use of licences including excluded licences, service of Notices, and the possession process.
Aimed that those starting out in their careers in tenancy and leasehold management, this webinar will look at dealing with breaches of lease. Anna Bennett will discuss common breaches of lease and remedies such as injunctions or forfeiture.
To coincide with our detailed Briefing Note on the White Paper, Nick Billingham, Jonathan Corris, Jonathan Jarvis, and Mark London will be hosting a virtual panel discussion to highlight some of the key themes emerging from the White Paper.
With a focus on the future of design and build, Kathryn Kligerman and Mark London will cover things such as common causes of building failure, the current insurance landscape, a new approach to risk management, how clients should view their contracts and more.
Nick Billingham, Donna McCarthy, Samantha Grix, and Rebecca Brady take a look at legislation, policy, and case-law from the past 6 months of Housing Management and Property Litigation and highlighting the key take-aways.
Aimed at those starting out in their careers in tenancy and leasehold management. Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft take a look at S20 consultation, one of the key the issues involved in dealing with service charges and recovery of costs incurred by RPs.
In this webinar, Mark Foxcroft and Arjen Xani will review the steps Landlords should be taking prior to issuing or continuing with possession claims based upon rent arrears to assist Landlords in ensuring their claims have the best chance of success.
BIM in Housing is an interactive workshop that brings together developers/owners and their supply chains to understand the issues they are encountering. Kathryn Kligerman will review what has been learnt and implemented since 2018 regarding risk management and reduction.