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If you are unable to join us on the day, most webinars are made available to view again via our webinar recordings page so you don't miss any important legal and industry updates.
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We are pleased to be hosting our webinar on Tuesday 29 November 2022 in conjunction with ALARM.
During this webinar our expert speakers will be providing an insight into future plans for fundamental reform directly impacting two important areas for Scottish public authorities; those who contract with them in general, and those providing social care in Scotland. The Scottish Government has indicated an intention to establish a National Care Service by 2026.
Annual global healthcare webinar programme 2022 11/29/2022
Kennedys' global healthcare team are delighted to be holding the fourth webinar of our annual 2022 global healthcare webinar programme, with the focus on product liability and medical malpractice.
Animals and agricultural forum 12/01/2022
We are delighted to be hosting the second session of our Animals and agricultural forum, which we are hosting online on Thursday 1 December 2022, with a focus on cattle.
Fleet Friday 12/02/2022
Workplace incidents - do you have a plan?
During the first session our speakers will look at workplace incidents involving vehicles on site to include HGVs and vans. It will cover a range of areas from employer's obligations, RIDDOR reporting and some tips on crisis management.
We are delighted to be hosting the next in our series of bite-size construction professional indemnity webinars, taking place on Monday 5 December 2022.
During this webinar, chaired by Christopher Butler, our speakers will discuss:
- Circumstance notifications – a recap
- Claims trends in 2022
- Developments in Ireland regarding expert evidence
We are hosting an in-person seminar, where we will be joined by Dr Zoë Fritz, Dr Imogen Goold and Rebecca Langley, as we discuss how best interest decisions are made in the Court of Protection and how they can be improved with advance care planning - starting these difficult conversations much earlier.
Rob Tobin will also walk through some of the recent Court of Protection cases our Medical Law Group have worked on, focusing on the ethical and legal challenges facing clinicians, relatives and judges in making the right best interests decisions.