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The Legal Spectrum Podcast
59 minutes | Mar 29, 2022
Employment case law update - March 2022
Introduction Keep up to date with changes in employment law, including key legislative and case law developments and practical guidance with the first of our quarterly online updates from members of our Employment team.What the session covers This session will be of interest to all HR professionals providing an overview of current themes affecting all employers. We'll explain our shared views on the changes, based on what we see day-to-day and where we think things will go, to try and help with strategic planning in an uncertain world.Employment Team eNewsWant to manage your legal requirements and avoid potential risk? Then sign up for the Employment eNews service. Our helpful experts will make sure you get updates (just like this one), legal news, advice, helpful hints and tips sent direct to your inbox.
22 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
Episode 8 – Project sites
In this episode, Joanne Davison, partner in our Education team, is joined by James Armstrong and Richard Nixon, partners in our Real Estate team, to discuss the importance of good preparation in relation to development projects. They cover topics such as early identification of potential legal and practical problems, the differences between option agreements and conditional contracts and the usefulness (and limitations) of indemnity insurance, and offer tips to make the process run smoothly.
18 minutes | Feb 3, 2022
Episode 7 – Public procurement frameworks
In this episode, Alison Walton, partner and head of procurement at Muckle is joined by Jonathan Parker from Pagabo, a framework provider catering specifically to developer-led projects. They discuss the frameworks used by public sector bodies as part of their procurement process and how developers and contractors can get appointed.
23 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
Episode 6 - Procurement considerations for development projects
Procurement can sometimes get slightly overlooked when planning a development project, often seen as something only relevant to the public sector. However, it can have implications for developers, contractors and professional service providers, particularly when dealing with the public sector in any capacity. Leah Heatley, partner in Muckle LLP’s dispute resolution team talks to Alison Walton, partner and Head of Procurement about the challenges development projects face and how to get the best out of your procurement process.
25 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
Episode 5 - Setting up your development project team
What do you need to consider when appointing individuals to your project team? In this episode, legal experts from Muckle LLP’s Employment team discuss the intricacies and the legal implications of the various ways you can recruit to ensure you’re getting the right people with the right skills for your project team.ContributorsLucilla Waugh, partner and Head of Construction, is joined by Chris Maddock, partner and Head of Employment and Lisa Kelly, partner in Employment.
31 minutes | Nov 25, 2021
Episode 4 – Project structure
In this episode Jason Wainwright, managing partner and real estate lawyer at Muckle LLP, talks to Matthew Walsh and Adam Rayner, both partners in our corporate team about structuring your development project. They share tips and advice on what you need to consider, and what options are out there in terms of structure and corporate vehicles when setting up a construction project.
13 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
Episode 3 - Financing your development project
How should you go about financing your development project? Legal experts from Muckle LLP explore the key considerations. Contributors Gail Bennett, Partner in Real Estate at Muckle LLP is joined by Louise Duffy, Partner and Head of Banking, and Will McKay, Partner in Real Estate.
17 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
Episode 2 - The importance of setting clear objectives and outcomes before starting your development project
How can you make sure you’re delivering in the right way, on time and on budget when working on a development project? Lucilla Waugh from Muckle LLP is joined by Carol Cairns from Northumbrian Water Group who shares her experience when it comes to ensuring successful delivery. ContributorsLucilla Waugh, Partner and Head of Construction and Engineering, at Muckle LLP is joined by Carol Cairns, Strategic Planning Manager at Northumbrian Water Group.
25 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Episode 1 – The key to the successful delivery of a development project
What are the key considerations to ensure everything runs smoothly on your construction development project? In this first episode in a podcast series from Muckle LLP, we introduce some of the factors we’ll be exploring in more detail in coming episodes. Contributors: Lucilla Waugh, Partner and Head of Construction and Engineering, at Muckle LLP is joined by Hugh Welch, Senior Partner in corporate.
19 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
in conversation with Chelsea FC Foundation
Simon Taylor, Head of Chelsea FC Foundation, chats to John Devine, partner and head of sports and charities law at Muckle, about how the charity has coped throughout the pandemic, with some fascinating insight into the positives of adapting to help others overcome adversity.
19 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
Doing data post-Brexit
What happens to GDPR post-Brexit? Are the rules around data protection changing? What do businesses need to do to stay compliant? These are just some of the grey areas our data protection experts, partner Alex Craig and solicitor Samantha Roberts, clear up in this straightforward chat about the various scenarios businesses may face in 2021.
16 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Brexit: 10 tips for businesses
How do you prepare for something when you don’t know exactly what’s coming? This podcast has a few pointers that will help, as commercial lawyers Luke Donockley and Robin Adams share their top tips for getting your business ready for Brexit.
13 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
The way public procurement is done will change at the end of 2020. We know OJEU, the platform for advertising tender opportunities, will be replaced by the UK government’s new Find a Tender Service. But how will this impact public authorities and businesses looking to sell to the public sector? What will happen when we stop following EU procurement laws? And what can we do to prepare? Procurement lawyer Alison Walton shares her thoughts, advice and some top practical tips in this podcast.
19 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
What happens to EU workers post Brexit?
The end of the Brexit transition period means the end of free movement within the UK for EU workers. But where will your current EU migrant employees stand after 31 December 2020? How can you support your existing people? How do you sponsor skilled EU workers? What should employers be thinking about now? Employment lawyer Amy Sergison wraps up all the key points in this short podcast.
24 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
your post-Brexit contracts – here’s the deal
What will Brexit do to your commercial contracts? How might it change the terms we operate under? What should businesses be looking for in their existing and future agreements? There are many ways in which Brexit can impact contracts, as commercial lawyers Robin Adams and Luke Donockley share some practical examples to help businesses in this podcast.
20 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
WTO rules in a nutshell
What do World Trade Organization (WTO) rules actually mean to businesses in practical terms? What do they mean for border checks, tariffs and quality control? And what is involved in a Canada style agreement versus an Australia style agreement with the EU? Just a few of the questions that our Brexit buffs, commercial lawyers Robin Adams and Luke Donockley, cover in this quick, 15 minute podcast.
22 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
key Brexit concepts
Today we’re talking Brexit, with the transition period due to end in just a few weeks. What will a free trade agreement with the EU look like? What will trading on WTO rules actually involve? How will company costs, supply chains and quality control be affected? Here, commercial lawyers and Brexit buffs Robin Adams and Luke Donockley explain what it all means for businesses in this brief and straightforward update.
45 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
sort out your SARs
Subject Access Requests (SARs) are complex, time consuming and often stressful, but there are ways to make the process of responding to SARs easier on yourself. So say lawyers Sam Roberts and Alex Craig, who specialise in personal data management and share their insight and advice in this quick(ish) podcast. What’s covered: · new changes to the SAR process · how to complete a SAR · common SAR queries and how to deal with them
23 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
manufacturing and COVID-19 - in conversation with Barclays
In this podcast, recorded in late October, we are joined by Barclays manufacturing relationship managers Sally-Ann Cain and Martin Brown to discuss their thoughts on COIVID-19 and how it has affected manufacturers in our region. Interviewed by Robin Adams, head of our manufacturing team, Sally-Ann and Martin touch on themes of diversification, adaptability and communication. They also offer some tips to help with future planning.
47 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
how can business continue to help communities during COVID-19
With the UK tightening measures to stem the spread of COVID-19 following an increase in infections, the Legal Spectrum Podcast series visits the role of business in the community. Charities have been hit hard by the onset of coronavirus, while many businesses will understandably be weighing up whether they can continue to support their local communities. Here, four philanthropic experts from a range of organisations explore how businesses can continue to make a difference in communities throughout the pandemic.
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