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  • Data Protection

    26 May 2016

    Privacy and data protection is a hot topic at the moment, with the ongoing tension between increasing demands for surveillance and the right to a private life. This session will look generally at data protection and employment, with a focus on topical developments and practical tips for staying within the law.

  • Ad Blocking: Legal? Ethical? Can it be stopped?

    19 May 2016

    This session explores the commercial and legal minefield that is ad-blocking. Does it spell the end for free online content, or is it just a natural consumer reaction to annoying and intrusive ads? Can media and brand owners do anything to stop it, or should they just accept the inevitable and concentrate instead on creating ads that consumers actually want to engage with?

  • Brexit - what's at stake for businesses and employees?

    18 May 2016

    Lewis Silkin is proud to host this debate exploring the implications of the forthcoming referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union.

  • Mental Health Issues in the Workplace

    17 May 2016

    The session will focus particularly on stress at work and how that can be managed, and we will use a filmed case study to illustrate common issues and pitfalls when dealing with a stressed employee.

  • The Internet of Things: Overcoming the legal and regulatory challenges

    20 April 2016

    The Internet of Things or the Internet of Everything? In any event it is on everyone’s radar, either as an opportunity for creating new connected products and services, enhancing existing products, or developing new marketing and engagement techniques.

  • Roundtable with the ICO: A discussion of recent developments: GDPR and Privacy Shield

    23 March 2016

    Following a four-year gestation period, a near final draft of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is available. The new rules will not apply until 2018 at the earliest depending on when the regulation is finally adopted but there is a lot to do in advance as organisations will need to demonstrate compliance. Steps should be taken now in readiness

  • Immigration a year in review

    17 March 2016

    This session will reflect on the impact of recent changes and consider the potential effects of proposals for further changes.

  • Advertising Regulation - Annual Review 2015 and what's ahead for 2016?

    16 March 2016

    A round up of the key marketing and advertising regulatory and legal developments in 2015.

  • Whats happening in employment law across Asia Pacific

    15 March 2016

    This seminar, in conjunction with Rajah & Tann, will discuss hot employment and immigration law topics in Asia.

  • Come and meet our team at MIPIM 2016!

    15 March 2016

    Clare Reddy will be in Cannes from Tuesday 15 March until Friday 18 March and looks forward to seeing those of  you attending there! if you or one of your colleagues would like to arrange a meeting with one of her, please get in touch.

  • Gender pay gap reporting

    04 March 2016

    Affecting all employers with more than 250 employees, the new rules will require website publication of various statistics showing the difference in mean and median pay between male and female employees. This session will take you through the detail of the draft proposals and the practical implications.

  • Being Social: dealing with the risks while reaping the rewards

    23 February 2016

    If you’re concerned about player/athletes’ speaking out online, how to deal with trolls, or the regulatory challenges of promoting sponsors on your platforms, this Sports Lawyers Club session will help you navigate the ever-evolving world of social media.

  • Modern Slavery Act: what you need to know

    10 February 2016

    The Modern Slavery Act affects all businesses with a turnover of more than £36m. Legal and reputational risks loom. We’d be delighted if you could join us to discuss the new legislation and how your business will comply with it.

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