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We run a wide range of commercial, public sector, health and insurance training, both face to face and online, which is accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and means you may qualify for continued professional development (CPD) points.

Online training

We produce hundreds of online training videos each year, covering legal issues across a wide range of sectors. You can access these training resources at our dedicated online training website - www.bjlegaltraining.com.

Upcoming seminars and events

We run a wide range of seminars and events at our offices in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham. Attendance is free in most cases and time is built in for you to network with your peers over refreshments. The details of these seminars are listed below and you can book your place directly using our online booking system.

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Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims - what this means for your business

The Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims (the 'PAPDC') comes into force on 1 October 2017. The PAPDC applies to businesses seeking to recover debts from individuals (including sole traders). Businesses will need to comply with the new requirements including making sure your internal procedures align with the new protocol and updating your terms and conditions (if necessary).

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The red flags in the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme

Bernard Madoff, through his company BLMIS, conducted a Ponzi scheme previously unparalleled in scale, scope, and duration - what were the warning signs?

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Employees behaving badly: dealing with disciplinary issues with confidence

Many employers are nervous about having difficult conversations with their employees even when faced with the worst types of behaviour. Join our HR experts, James Tait and Paul Sands, for the latest guidance on dealing with these issues in the workplace and empower your team to tackle problems head-on and with confidence.

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Deemed consent procedure under the Insolvency Rules England and Wales 2016

Following the Insolvency (England & Wales) Rules 2016, a variety of new decision making procedures have come into play. In our final video of the series, Chloe Poskitt focuses on how the deemed consent procedure works and the impact that this will have on insolvency practitioners.

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