Commercial law webinar programme
20th September, 2021
Ward Hadaway's commercial law webinar programme returns.
It is a varied programme aimed at both in-house lawyers and senior managers in private and public sector organisations. The following topics will all be covered in one hour sessions, held between September and November:
- What will change as a result of the Subsidy Control Bill?
- Data protection and marketing – what are the rules now?
- Software and AI based innovations – what can and can’t be patented, and how you can use other IP to protect them
- Workforce issues for in-house counsel – an update for non-employment law specialists on IR35 implementation, Settled Status and the implications of agile working
The first of these, What will change as a result of the Subsidy Control Bill?, took place on 17th September. Click here to view the recording.
The second in the series, Data protection and marketing – treading the fine line, will take place on 28th September at 12pm. Click here to book.
Using some recent cases involving Sports Direct, Papa Johns and American Express, Phil Tompkins will take a look at marketing under the current data protection regime, covering a whole range of topics including use of the PECR soft opt-in, and when a service message crosses the boundary and becomes a marketing message.
We are likely to be in touch about the other events early in the autumn depending on the topic being covered, but if you would like to provisionally register your interest and ensure we send you your invitation directly, please click here to select your favoured events. If there are particular additional topics which you would like to see covered in our webinar programmes in addition to those outlined here, please get in touch. We are keen to hear your ideas.
Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.
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