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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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What commercial terms do we commonly advise on in a digital context?

Joe explains the basic suite of documentation that digital startups should have in place and why you need them.

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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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Investigating allegations against employees in education - July 2017

Rachel and Liz provide a step by step guide on how to carry out disciplinary investigations against staff in Education.

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Lessons of Charlie Gard, serious medical treatment and the legal framework, case law update - July 2017

Becky Fitzpatrick looks at the sad case of Charlie Gard and the legal implications for the way medical treatment decisions are made - both for children and for incapacitous adults.

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The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 - July 2017

Earlier this year, the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 was given royal assent. It is expected to come into force later this year. In this webinar, we shall discuss upcoming changes to the law. It is important that rights holders and their representatives understand how the threats regime can be both a sword and shield in IP litigation.

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I hear about standard legal documents for investors, is there such a thing?

Hear from our corporate law expert who explains what your legal documentation should include as an early stage business.

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What are convertible loans and when might I use them?

Emma Grant explains what a convertible loan is, how you, as a startup, can use them and when you would consider using them.

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Banking and finance industry developments – May 2017

Continuing with our series of video updates for businesses, banks and intermediaries, hear from banking and finance expert Paul Ray and property expert Mark Lewis for developments that will impact you and your customers.

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