CPD half-day catch-up

This CPD half-day will give you a chance to catch up on the latest developments in various areas of law, and, for those of you collecting CPD points, gain four CPD points before the end of the CPD year (31 October 2016). You are welcome to attend just those sessions in which you are interested.

You will get 0.5 CPD points for every half-hour attended.

We are delighted to be joined, once again, by our keynote speaker, Professor Ed Peel. Ed is a professor of law at Keble College, Oxford and author of, amongst other things, Treitel on the Law of Contract. He is also the co-editor of a number of books, including Halsbury’s Laws of England (Contract), Commercial Remedies, Winfield & Jolowicz on Tort, Contract Terms and Contract Formation and Parties.

Agenda
8.45am  Registration and networking breakfast   
9.10am  Welcome and outline of the day
9.15am - 10.30am What every commercial lawyer needs to know about recent developments in contract law

Speaker
Professor Edwin Peel, University of Oxford

Break and refreshments
10:30 - 10:50

10.50am - 11.25am Options in dispute resolution

Speakers will be drawn from
Ben Carroll, Partner, Dispute Resolution
Tom Lidstrom, Partner, Dispute Resolution
Peter Hillerstrom, Managing Associate, Dispute Resolution

11.25am - 11.50am  Brexit update: Where are we and what happens next?

Speakers will be drawn from
Lucy Fergusson, Partner, Corporate
Ed Chan, Partner, Banking and Financial Structuring
Joanna Dreger, EU Law and Policy Manager
Thomas Eugene Wright Jr, Associate, Corporate

11.50am - 12.15pm The EU’s proposed new data privacy rules - and what impact might Brexit have?

Speaker
Peter Church, Counsel TMT

  • 2.5 CPD points until lunch time

Lunch
12.45pm - 1.55pm  The art of collaboration.

This soft skills course considers some of the issues and challenges around effective collaboration and how to overcome them.

Speakers will be drawn from
Ian Rodwell, Head of Client Knowledge & Learning
Bernice Dunsmuir, Consultant, Corporate

1.55pm - 2.00pm  Closing remarks

Accreditation
4 CPD points