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| 29th August 2019 | Training Events
Monday 10th May 202110.00 am - 1.00 pm   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours   There have been several important developments in Civil Procedure over the last 6 months and big Rule changes take effect on April 6th.    Some of the topics to be covered are: Radical changes to witness statements in Business and Property Court cases  Likely amendments to the Disclosure Pilot scheme Part 36 Rule change Damages based agreements after LEXLAW  Are data leak claims worth pursuing? The latest on injury reforms with Rules supposedly coming into force in May Indemnity costs recovery  Court of Appeal guidance on Part 36 rewards Speaker: Professor Dominic Regan, Legal speaker , writer and broadcaster.   FEES DASLS Members/Affiliates/Associates: £100.00 + VAT (£120.00)Non-members: £130.00 + VAT (£156.00)   We will provide a VAT invoice for payment. (BACS payment preferred)3 for 2 offer! Book 3 places on this webinar and get the cheapest FREE!...

| 28th August 2019 | Training Events
Monday 10th May 20212.00 pm - 5.00 pm   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours   By the time this webinar comes round we should have had Supreme Court judgments in:   - UBER V ASLAM as to worker status  -ASDA V BRIERLY on the issue of an appropriate comparator for Equal Pay purposes - MENCAP V TOMLINSON- BLAKE regarding the minimum wage and sleeping in  - ROYAL MAIL V EFOBI concerning the burden of proof in Discrimination claims .   As well as these Professor Dominic Regan will look at: - Dismissal law developments  - Reasonable adjustments  - TUPE  - Costs in employment claims Speaker: Professor Dominic Regan, Legal speaker , writer and broadcaster.   FEES DASLS Members/Affiliates/Associates: £100.00 + VAT (£120.00)Non-members: £130.00 + VAT (£156.00)   We will provide a VAT invoice for payment. (BACS payment preferred)3 for 2 offer! Book 3 places on this webinar and get the cheapest FREE!...

| 27th August 2019 | Training Events
Tuesday 11th May 2021 - Thursday 20th May 2021 - This Conference has been postponed from March 2020 and will be hosted virtually using Zoom over 4 days (Please note end times are approximate).    PROGRAMME PART 1 - Tuesday 11th May 2021 - 9.30 am - 11.00 am Developments in Legal RegulationPaul Philip, Chief Executive, Solicitors Regulation Authority Impact of Reforms Crispin Passmore, Passmore Consulting Ltd PART 2 - Thursday 13th May 2021 - 9.30 am - 11.15 am Accountants Update Janet Taylor & Jason Mitchell, PKF Francis Clark Reporting Breaches to the SRA Cary Whitmarsh, Ashfords PART 3 - Monday 17th May 2021 - 9.30 am - 10.30 am Conflicts Exercise Bryony Crump, Michelmores Stephen Forsey, Amicus Law Becky Hunt, Stephens Scown PART 4 - Thursday 20th May 2021 - 9.30 am - 11.00 am Anti Money Laundering Update Matt Moore Topical Miscellany - A Clear vision? Trevor Hellawell, Ex-L Practice development Conference Fees Members: £75.00 + VAT (£90.00 inc. VAT) Non Members: £120.00 + VAT (£144.00 inc. VAT) SRA Competency A,C & D - 5. 5 Hours   COURSE OUTLINES & BIOGRAPHIES     Developments in Legal Regulation Paul Philip Paul joined the Solicitors Regulation Authority as Chief Executive in 2014. Since then, he has improved its operational performance and delivered an ambitious programme of regulatory reform. This includes the introduction of an up to date regulatory model with a sharp focus on professional standards, supporting the delivery of legal services in new ways while ensuring proper public protection. Paul was previously the Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer of the General Medical Council. He has previously held senior roles in both the Legal Services Commission and the NHS.   Impact of Reforms Crispin will talk about the changing legal market, the impact of reforms and what might happen over the next five to ten years as consumers, law firms and new entrants navigate ...

| 24th August 2019 | Training Events
Shared Ownership, Right to Buy and Help to Buy:  New Developments Tuesday 18th May 20212.00 pm - 5.00 pm Speaker - Richard Snape   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours   April 2021 is due to see the introduction of the New Model Shared Ownership Lease.  In addition, Help to Buy in England is undergoing major changes as of 1 April 2021 and Right to Buy, including voluntary Right to Buy is an expanding but dangerous area.  The course aims to look at the existing law and new developments.  Topics covered include: Shared Ownership Leases and the pitfalls The New Model Shared Ownership SDLT and Shared Ownership Leases The Help to Buy Scheme Council House Right to Buy and some of the pitfalls Voluntary Right to Buy   Speaker: Richard has been the Head of Professional Support at Davitt Jones Bould since 2002. He speaks at numerous courses for law societies all over the country, various public courses, in-house seminars within solicitors’ firms and has also talked extensively to local authorities and central government bodies. His areas of specialism include both commercial and residential property, in particular in relation to local government law, conveyancing issues, development land, commercial property and incumbrances in relation to land.   FEES DASLS Members/Affiliates/Associates: £100 + VAT (£120.00)Non-members: £125.00 + VAT (£150.00)   We will provide a VAT invoice for payment. (BACS payment preferred)3 for 2 offer! Book 3 places on this webinar and get the cheapest FREE!    ...

| 15th July 2019 | Training Events
Commercial Property Update Wednesday 9th June 20212.00 pm - 5.00 pm Speaker - Richard Snape   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours   Commercial Property has undergone major changes within the last 2 years.  In particular, the last year has seen some very important case law and regulatory changes. In addition, the Coronavirus Act 2020 has major implications for commercial property.  The course aims to look at these changes.  Topics covered include: Recent case law on the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Frustration and Leases Leasehold minimum energy performance standard The Electronic Communications Code: Recent case law Recent case law on business rates and empty properties Service Charge liability and recent cases The Coronavirus Act 2020 as amended and its impact on commercial leases Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 and its impact on commercial leases Temporary changes to Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery Changes to permitted development and the new Use Class E as of 1 September 2020 Recent Supreme Court cases on Village Green Recent cases on Community Infrastructure Levy Speaker: Richard has been the Head of Professional Support at Davitt Jones Bould since 2002. He speaks at numerous courses for law societies all over the country, various public courses, in-house seminars within solicitors’ firms and has also talked extensively to local authorities and central government bodies. His areas of specialism include both commercial and residential property, in particular in relation to local government law, conveyancing issues, development land, commercial property and incumbrances in relation to land.   FEES DASLS Members/Affiliates/Associates: £100 + VAT (£120.00)N...

| 27th June 2019 | Training Events
Thursday 1st July 20212.00 pm - 5.00 pm   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours   This three-hour webinar will examine good practice when drafting or advising on lease renewal issues either for landlords or tenants.  The webinar is suitable for all transactional property lawyers who have to deal with lease renewal issues. It will explore – Preliminary Issues - does the LTA 1954 Act apply                                                          Section 25 Notices and Grounds for Opposition – Ground F and Ground G Form 3 (section 26 Notices)                                            Procedural Issues – Court applications , Extending time, The Lease Renewal Protocol , Instructing Experts                              Land Registration Issues                                            Interim Rent                                            Exchange of Information                  Rent on Renewal                Applications for a New Tenancy                                            Section 27 Notices                                            Statutory Compensation and Compensation for Misrepresentation Alternative Dispute Resolution               Tenant’s Holding Over                                            SDLT and Business Lease Renewal                              The Ne...

| 22nd June 2019 | Training Events
Wednesday 7th July 20212.00 pm - 5.00 pm   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? All pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time together with the speaker’s notes and/or slides of the presentation. SRA Competence B - 3 Hours     Speaker: David Forbes   FEES DASLS Members/Affiliates/Associates: £100.00 + VAT (£120.00)Non-members: £130.00 + VAT (£156.00)   We will provide a VAT invoice for payment. (BACS payment preferred)3 for 2 offer! Book 3 places on this webinar and get the cheapest FREE!  ...

| 15th June 2019 | Training Events
Wednesday 14th July 202110.00 am - 12.00 noon Speaker: Steve Allinson   This Webinar will be delivered using Zoom Web Conferencing - would like to but unable to attend? Not to worry, all pre-booked delegates will be given access to a recording of the webinar to watch in their own time. SRA Competence B - 2 Hours   Sadly, a knowledge of insolvency issues is becoming more and more important for professional advisors. This webinar will look at this area through the lens of residential property lawyers and  explain how insolvency can have a very important effect on any property transaction. It will be essential watching for non-contentious property lawyers and provide important tips and tactics when having to advise in the different areas that insolvency can arise. The emphasis will be on practical advice throughout the session.   Topics to be covered will be : The basic definitions and understanding of personal insolvency regimes, with cross referencing to corporate transactions. Protections and enquiries that can be made. The insolvent party and conveyancing transactions : consequences for the seller and buyer. Leases and Insolvency -how the landlord and tenant could be affected. Buying a property from an insolvency practitioner- what to look out for. Speaker: Steve Allinson. LL.B(Hons). FABRP. MCICM. Solicitor and Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. Non Executive Chair of The Insolvency Service Board. Non Executive Chair of The Joint Insolvency Examination Board. Non Executive Chair of The Chartered Institute of Credit Management Assessment Board. Tutor at The University of Law. Stephen has specialised in credit, debt, restructuring and insolvency work since 1987, and has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of these procedures.  Prior to setting up his own consultancy, he was a Business Recovery and Insolvency partner at a major law firm heading up a team of over 50 legal professionals undertaking national debt and insolve...

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