Watch our video for a summary of last year's Lloyds Rugby Sevens event. This event is invite-only, but feel free to get in touch below to receive more information on the 2019 tournament.
The government's planned reforms of whiplash claims have successfully been brought forward in the Civil Liability Act. Our team of experts will offer a unique view and help you prepare for the changes and outline the behaviours that are already emerging.
This quarterly roundtable will explore financial crime in the Pensions, Investment and Life Insurance Sector.
Join the specialists at DWF and Zero Waste Scotland for a discussion on the key themes for the food and drink sector in 2019.
The employer’s liability and public liability (EL/PL) claims market has endured unprecedented change in the way the claims are litigated and managed. We would like to consider how and why the market is changing and evolving taking into consideration the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, where the trends are generally heading with the whiplash reforms receiving royal assent together with an oversight of the latest case law in this area.
DWF's Road Transport and Logistics Sector Group & Search Logistics are delighted to invite you to an interactive Transport Crisis Management Seminar taking place at DWF's Liverpool office on Tuesday, 12 March 2019.If you are a Director, Transport Manager or work within HR or Health & Safety and need advice on how to react to a transport crisis, this session is for you.
Being Creative and Innovative is the heart of what we do.
We run and attend conferences and events all the time so why not try and shake things up a little? We no longer want to just stand on stage and talk about all the things we can or should do. We want to show you, teach you and immerse you in the how... not just the why?
Join us at one of our seminars being held across March 2019 as part of our Employment Law Update series to receive a full update on the latest employment law developments. Book now for one of the following locations - Manchester (6 March) Glasgow (13 March) Liverpool (14 March) London (19 March) Edinburgh (21 March) and Birmingham (26 March).
The world is changing at an ever increasing pace, but the decisions we make and the behaviours we display are largely based on patterns and traditions of the past. This event is also being held in Leeds. For further information please click here
The world is changing at an ever increasing pace, but the decisions we make and the behaviours we display are largely based on patterns and traditions of the past. This event is also being held in Liverpool. For further information please click here.
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