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Joe explains the basic suite of documentation that digital startups should have in place and why you need them.
Laura explains the difference between copyright and trade marks, considers the requirements / application process, and the duration of each.
Chris explains the general prohibition on financial services, how it applies to FinTech startups and the potential consequences of unauthorised business.
Rachael explains what a shareholders' agreement is, who it relates to within your startup, and its purpose - as well explaining investor consents and how they work.
Elish highlights what you need to consider in order to be legally compliant when taking on employees. This video considers discrimination and ‘right to work’ checks, what stage you need to make these considerations, and what the consequences are if you don’t comply.
In this webinar Ben summarises and considers the impact of the Court of Appeal landmark judgment in ‘Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London’ (26 January 2017). This judgment goes to the heart of the very controversial law on deprivation of liberty and its application in an acute medical setting.
In this webinar Victoria explores the drivers for academy mergers and transfers, the importance of effective due diligence, the application process, and the legal steps in the transfer process.
In Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London (26 January 2017) the Court of Appeal has delivered a landmark judgment on deprivation of liberty in the context of acute medical treatment.
Ben Troke looks at four recent cases covering the Relevant Persons Representative (RPR), end of life decisions, legal aid and s21A of the Mental Capacity Act, costs, best interests and resourcing
With very few organisations complying with aspects of the Modern Slavery Act one year on, Raymond and Emma talk about the opportunities of having a well-crafted statement and take a look at the government’s efforts to drive up standards going forward, such as the introduction of the Modern Slavery (Transparency and Supplies Chain) Bill.
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