Join us for The Knowledge, our latest In House Counsel webinar
We’re delighted to announce details of our next event in The Knowledge seminar programme jointly hosted with BCL Legal!
We tailor our webinars around topics that attendees tell us are of relevance to them and their businesses, so for our next session we invite you to join us for a Q&A on all things commercial, employment and property law related to the two major topics for discussion at the moment - COVID and Brexit!
Our panel of experts will be on hand to answer any of your questions, and to give insight on the most common questions they have been asked by clients on these issues to date.
Meet our panel
Matthew Holman, Commercial
Matthew specialises in IT, IP and data protection. He advises household names, PLCs and SMEs on technology and data privacy law. The Legal 500 describes him as an “exceptional lawyer” and he is recognised by Chambers as a notable practitioner. Matthew regularly presents around the UK on IT/IP and data protection topics. He is an SCL Accredited IT Lawyer and member of the Society For Computers and Law.
Sophie Clarke, Employment
Sophie advises on all areas of both contentious and non contentious employment law and HR related matters and frequently represents employers in the employment tribunal. She has particular experience within the charity, retail and recruitment sectors.
Terence Ritchie, Real Estate
Terence works with a range of clients in the real estate finance sector with a background in secured lending projects and corporate banking related transactions. Terence also works with occupiers and investors in the industrial, retail and leisure sectors advising both owners and occupiers on property portfolio management matters.
James Davis, Property Litigation
James advises on a wide range of contentious commercial and property related disputes for a broad range of clients, including high net worth individuals and privately owned companies. He works closely with his clients to deliver positive and pragmatic outcomes in line with their personal or commercial objectives.
Book your place
Join us on Thursday 4 March 2021
at 9:30 - 10:30 am
Don’t forget to bring your cuppa!
Please let us know if you’re able to join us by clicking register below to book your place on Zoom.
We hope to see you there!REGISTER