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SEMINARS

We regularly host seminars in all of our main practice areas at various locations around the country. As we devise seminars for our 2017 programme they will be published here. Please contact us if you would like to be added to our mailing list.
DATE TIME TITLE VENUE CPD
05.09.2017 Registration: 5:30pm
Seminar: 5:45pm
Drinks Reception: 6:45pm

Whistleblowing: Everything You Need to Know!

Join us at Shepherd and Wedderburn's offices as Martin Fodder and Grahame Anderson discuss the latest know-how and cases on Whistleblowing:

  • Public interest: Chestertons, what the Court of Appeal’s judgment tells us (and what it doesn’t tell us)
  • "Who will rid me of this turbulent whistleblower?" Problems of “causation" and “reason" in whistleblowing cases.
  • Jhuti v Royal Mail Group: victimisation and dismissal by proxy: the difficulties for claimants and respondents in bringing and defending claims.
Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP, 1 Exchange Crescent, Conference Square, Edinburgh, EH3 8UL 1
12.09.2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm

I know what you missed this Summer - A live Webinar update on important statutory and High Court cases reported in July and August.

We know how hard it is to return to your desk after a break. You will probably have many emails to work through and articles to read to get up to date on what has happened over the summer months. Let us make it easier for you. Our live webinar presented by Chris Quinn and Georgina Leadbetter is designed to bring you quickly up to date on the statutory and High Court Employment Cases reported over the summer.

Click HERE  to register.

Webinar 1
26.09.2017 Registration: 6:00pm
Seminar: 6:30pm
Drinks Reception: 7:30pm
Littleton, in association with DLA Piper LLP and Public Concern at Work, invite you to what promises to be a lively panel discussion on "Whistleblowing protection: is it fit for purpose?”

Chair: Jeremy Lewis (Littleton)
Key note speaker: Sir Robert Francis QC, chair of the “Freedom to Speak Up?” independent review on whistleblowing in the NHS
Martin Fodder (Littleton): The public interest test
Jack Mitchell (Old Square): Jhuti and the Iago conundrum.
Alan Chalmers (Partner, DLA Piper LLP): Whistleblowing in the Financial Services Sector
Cathy James OBE (PCAW Chief Executive): Reflections on Whistleblowing in 2017
John Bowers QC (Littleton, Principal of Brasenose College): Closing comments.

This event marks the publication of the 3rd Edition of Whistleblowing Law and Practice (Lewis, Bowers, Fodder and Mitchell), Oxford University Press, the seminal textbook on Whistleblowing.
DLA Piper LLP, 3 Noble Street, London EC2V 7EE 1
03.10.2017 Registration: 8.00am
Seminar: 8.30am - 9.30am

Everything you wanted to know about Employment Injunctions but were too scared to ask: An interactive session for junior solicitors

A client calls you in a fluster – Mr Bloggs has run off to a competitor with the client database and the client wants him hung, drawn and quartered forthwith. You need to act fast, but what do you do? What documents and evidence do you need? Where do you need to submit them and when? What happens next?

Sometimes the questions we really want to ask seem silly,; questions we think we ought to know the answers to. Rest assured – the Littleton Juniors are here to set you on the right track.

Chaired by leading employment Silk Gavin Mansfield QC, Littleton’s junior barristers will lead discussion on the steps to be taken to get your case ready for an Injunction hearing, from dealing with the client, collecting evidence, preparing the necessary paperwork and submitting the application. They will also provide guidance on preparing for a speedy trial. The idea is to allow junior solicitors to pose questions to a group of junior barristers and a silk, in a small group setting. A list of topics will be circulated prior to the session to allow participants to come armed with queries they might have on live or past cases.

For further information on this seminar please email Hope.

Parliament Chamber, Inner Temple, EC4Y 1
10.10.2017 Registration - 5:30pm
Seminar - 6:00pm
Drinks Reception - 7:00pm

Annual London Commercial Seminar

It’s a privilege - Asserting and challenging legal professional privilege in commercial litigation
Join us at our Annual Commercial Litigation seminar on 10th October at The Royal Society where we will discuss the practical implications of recent and controversial decisions on the scope of privilege. David Reade QC, Ming-Yee Shiu and James Bickford Smith will address:

  • recent decisions on privilege and internal investigatory material in the banking sector
  • collateral waiver
  • the scope of common interest privilege for companies, directors and shareholders
  • the current state of the law concerning privilege “in-house”
  • how developments in the use of predictive coding software in electronic disclosure are likely to affect claims to privilege.
Wellcome Trust Lecture Hall, The Royal Society 1

IN-HOUSE PRESENTATIONS

Littleton continues to provide in-house talks to clients on a range of topics in our specialist areas of practice. Each talk has been written to hold the attention – and the imagination – so that, in just an hour, your team will be brought up to speed on recent developments and new thinking in the area concerned. Please speak to one of the clerks for further information and to book a seminar. We are also able to tailor bespoke seminars to your specific requirements.

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