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We regularly publish training videos covering topics relevant to the commercial, public sector, health and insurance sectors. We keep our clients up to date with the latest legal developments in their sector, whenever and wherever they choose to access this information.

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Emma Grant - market abuse regulations

A changing landscape for AIM businesses – are you ready?

AIM companies currently have a number of important pieces of legislation to get to grips with – such as the new Market Abuse Regulation and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 – this is on top of new business uncertainties as the UK comes to terms with the implications of Brexit and new areas of risk such as Cybercrime. In this round-up we aim to provide a brief overview and propose some practical steps boards can take.

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Paul Ray

Banking and finance industry developments - August 2016 – impact of Brexit on the transactional market

Continuing with our series of video updates for businesses, banks and intermediaries, hear from banking and finance experts Paul Ray and Chereta Edmeade for developments that will impact you and your customers.

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What not to wear: dress codes and discrimination webinar - July 2016

Workplace dress codes have been at the forefront of several high profile cases recently, and recent media interest has heightened many employers’ interest. Can you insist that front of house staff wear high heels? What happens when an organisation’s dress code conflicts with an employee’s desire to wear religious clothing? In this webinar we will distil the recent UK and EU case law into practical guidance for employers.

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What are our responsibilities towards transgender pupils?

Hayley O’Sullivan explains what schools must consider in relation to transgender pupils.

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Keeping Children Safe in Education: key changes in September guidance - July 2016

In this session Dai will look at important changes in the guidance, recommend changes to your policy and give you top tips on managing new issues.

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Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty case law update webinar - July 2016

Becky Fitzpatrick looks at two significant judgments impacting DoLs case law; Staffordshire CC v SRK & ors [2016] and Re Daniel X [2016].

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Insurance Act webinar series: what do insurers/brokers need to do?

These two tailored webinars will give you the practical steps required, to know what you need to be doing now, and what you need to make sure you have considered.

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What’s the process for SEN admissions?

Richard Freeth gives a summary of the process that must be followed by local authorities with schools prior to a child with a SEN statement or EHC plan being admitted.

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Hear from criminal and regulatory lawyer Dale Collins

Hear from criminal and regulatory lawyer Dale Collins

For hints and tips on dealing with health and safety and environmental issues Dale firstly looks at consequences of an investigation and secondly proactive health and safety and environmental management.

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Can we add to or change allegations during a disciplinary process or do we need to start again

Emily Addai discusses what to do when allegations change or new allegations arise after a disciplinary process has already started.

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