In-house in Focus webinar series

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A series of webinars for in-house lawyers looking for practical and commercial advice during the coronavirus pandemic.

Click on any of the videos below to watch our recorded webinars.

Recorded on 29 September 2020 Jayne Hussey and Simon Pedley review some recent cases dealing with interesting and significant contract/commercial issues and consider the implications for drafting commercial agreements.
Recorded on 18 August 2020, James Hordern and Christopher Bartley discuss 10 key issues facing commercial landlords and tenants as the lockdown restrictions begin to lift.
Recorded on 29 July 2020, Lino Di Lorenzo and Paul Knight discuss the most significant change to the insolvency regime for 20 years. They explain the new provisions, including the restriction on termination rights, and how they will affect contract clauses and dealings with counterparties in financial distress.
Simon Pedley discusses force majeure and frustration, and how useful they are in practice. Mark Davison discusses arbitration, what it is and why you might consider it for dispute resolution in a post coronavirus and Brexit world.
Eric France discusses the practical steps you should now be taking to manage potential disputes including force majeure clauses, frustration and termination
What is it? Why does it matter? How can you lose it? We review issues regarding legal privilege and the particular role of the in-house lawyer in ensuring it is preserved.
Neil Howes and Andrew Secker look at the types of claims you might face as a result of the coronavirus crisis and what insurance cover will help you with claims.


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