We think however that certain topics may have a wider appeal and offer value to either in-house Counsel or seasoned entrepreneurs and these topics form the backbone of our GC Know-How programme.
We invite contributions from all and, as participants have a legal background or developed working knowledge, the sessions offer the opportunity for a frank discussion regarding certain legal topics in practice.
Often other advisors and professionals we work closely with partner with us to provide this training which also adds to a varied and interesting calendar.
We are always open to suggested topics and if any spring to mind, please do get in touch.
As the programme progresses we will include material and excerpts from the sessions and the contact details for the individual lawyers.
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|26th April||Intro to M&A, Part I - M & A processes, due diligence and disclosure processes||Phil Robinson|
|3rd May||Intro to M&A, Part II - Key terms of an SPA - including those important for founders||Phil Robinson|
|24th May||Key Skills - A Brief Overview of Innovation Grant Funding||Sara Palmer|
|31st May||Key Skills - Succession Planning||Stuart Sheldrick|
|7th June||Equity incentives||Francesca Yardley|
|21st June||5 Most Common Scale up Issues||Various|
|6th September||Property Masterclass||Helen Lucas & Lauren O'Sullivan|
|13th September||Debt vs. Equity – an overview of Secured & Unsecured Instruments and practical alternatives to equity||Helen Gerrard & Fiona Morris|
|20th September||Dealing with disputes at an early stage including Part 36 offer letters||Tammy Evans|
|4th October||Legal Privilege including its application to in-house counsel and client representatives||Tammy Evans|
|1st November||Workshop for Innovator and Skilled Worker Visa||Helen Manis|
|22nd November||Advertising and Marketing Law||Emma Carter|