Designed to keep clients and contacts up-to-date with the business implications of the latest legal developments, our interactive “Soundbite” webinars are delivered in a practical, convenient way – direct to your desktop. You will hear our speakers lead you through the latest technical updates, accessing the audio from your computer or telephone, and can view slides and send questions via your computer. The webinars also qualify for CPD points.
Some previous webinars on dispute resolution topics are listed below. Each of these is available as an archived version and can be downloaded as a podcast.
If you would like details of upcoming webinars, or would like to obtain links to the archived versions of webinars, please contact Jane Webber.
Previous dispute resolution topics have included:
- Litigation update – 10 October 2017
- Cross-border litigation update – 29 June 2017
- Litigation update – 15 March 2017
- Terminating your contract: When can you call it quits? – 18 January 2017
- Litigation update – 8 November 2016
- International litigation update – 18 October 2016
- English law contracts post-Brexit: What changes should commercial parties expect? – 28 September 2016
- Dispute resolution choices for finance parties: A practical look at recent developments affecting dispute resolution options – 14 July 2016
- Defining your liability in advance: Liquidated damages, limitation and exclusion clauses – 7 June 2016
- Endeavours obligations: How hard do you have to try? – 15 March 2016
- Litigation update – 9 February 2016
- How far can you act in your own self-interest? – 1 February 2016
- How do I settle? Common law and civil law approaches to binding settlement agreements and settlement negotiations – 28 January 2016
- Pre-contractual statements: when can they come back to bite you? = 25 November 2015
- Breach of confidence – 21 October 2015
- Litigation update – 14 October 2015
- What does your contract mean? How the courts interpret contracts – 9 September 2015
- How to interpret a contract: Common law and Civil law approaches to contractual interpretation – 1 July 2015
- When do you have a binding contract – 22 June 2015