What disputes are likely to arise as a result of Covid-19 and how will the dispute resolution process play out? Join our experts for a look at the specifics in England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Taking place across September and October 2020, each webinar will include a live Q&A session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions. Find out more information about each session below and register your place.

The disputes landscape in Scotland post-Covid

16 September 2020 (11.00 - 12.00)

Join our live webinar which will consider the Covid-19 situation and how it has impacted on the disputes landscape in Scotland to date as well as in the future.

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The future of disputes and litigation in Northern Ireland

23 September 2020 (11.00 - 12.00)

TLT's litigation team is delighted to invite you to a live webinar looking at how dispute resolution has been evolving in Northern Ireland, with a consideration of the impact of Covid19 and how the courts might develop to manage litigation and insolvency in the future.

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The disputes landscape in England & Wales post-Covid

30 September 2020 (11.00 - 12.00)

Join this live webinar which will focus on the disputes that are likely to arise as a result of Covid-19 in England & Wales. It will provide a useful insight into the sorts of claims that our panellists expect to see in each of their specialist areas, including employment claims, financial services disputes,commercial disputes and landlord/tenant disputes.

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Data protection, fraud and cyber security update

7 October 2020 (11.00 - 12.00)

Join this live webinar focusing on how the Covid-19 situation has seen an increase in the risk of cyber and data security incidents and breaches of personal data.

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Professional negligence update

14 October 2020 (11.00 - 12.00)

Britain is apparently facing its worst recession in 300 years, with GDP falling by 25% in the first quarter. In times of economic downturn, the losses suffered as a result of professional negligence are often more apparent.

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Date published

26 August 2020


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