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 Donna McCarthy and Anna Bennett aim to provide a practical guide to dealing with claims for disrepair, fitness for human habitation and statutory nuisance post lockdown with practical tips on how to respond effectively to a claim when it is raised to minimise the risk of a claim being issued.
On 29 May, Rishi Sunak provided the first release of detail about how the Furlough Scheme will change. Katie Maguire and Jane Bowen discuss these changes and look at the future of Furlough.
Following the Government announcement to extend the ban on evictions for a further 2 months, it is more important than ever that landlords are aware of the range of legal and non-legal remedies for tackling nuisance conduct and anti-social behaviour. This webinar is hosted by Donna McCarthy and Anna Bennett.
Nick Billingham and Hetal Ruparelia bring you up to speed with the latest developments, recent case law on damages payable for a data breach and how the ICO is approaching data issues during the pandemic.
In this webinar, Partners Triya Maicha and Hannah Langford in our Real Estate & Projects team, provide an overview of the key considerations when entering into conditional contracts and s.106 acquisitions with developers.
In this webinar, Partners Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft in our Housing Management & Property Litigation team, cover 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.
In the third of our series of virtual panel discussions to share the current legal considerations during the pandemic, Joanna Bouloux, Jonathan Corris and Jonathan Jarvis discuss Joint Ventures and Mitigating Risk.
In the second of our series of virtual panel discussions to share the current legal considerations during the pandemic, Hannah Langford, Jonathan Corris and Jonathan Jarvis focus on the planning considerations for Registered Providers.
In this webinar, Partners Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft in our Housing Management & Property Litigation team discuss an important aspect of the Section 20 statutory consultation process that needs to be complied with.
In the first of our series of virtual panel discussions to share the current legal considerations during the pandemic, Nick Billingham, Jonathan Corris and Jonathan Jarvis consider the legal issues associated with change of tenure.
In this webinar, Chris Drabble and Saghar Roya, Partners in our Securitisation team, provide an insight into the charging process, to look at the myths and realities and gain an understanding of the needs of the Funders and the challenges faced by Borrowers, particularly in light of the issues caused by COVID-19.
In this webinar, Neil Lawlor and Mark Foxcroft, Partners in our Housing Management & Property Litigation team highlight some of the key issues to consider and steps that can be taken to manage these situations as effectively.