We offer an extensive program of events, including seminars and workshops. Upcoming events are listed below. We hope you will find these of interest and will be able to join us.

For more information, contact us at seminars@bwbllp.com.

This two hour workshop is designed to provide delegates with a clear understanding of the features of SITR to assist with structuring potential transactions. It is intended to provide an overview of the process in obtaining SITR and the typical structures for SITR investment that have been used to date. The session will also cover the intended expansion of SITR and the likely impact this will have on the scheme.

Thu 30 Apr 2015          BWB Events Read More and Book >

This two-hour seminar is designed to provide delegates with practical guidance on how to prepare for and conduct difficult conversations and negotiations with employees. The session will cover both the practical ‘soft-skills’ and the law governing without prejudice discussions and pre-termination negotiations

Wed 29 Apr 2015          BWB Events Read More and Book >

Do you know the impact of energy legislation on your lease? We will give a brief overview of the implications of the Energy Act 2011 and the affect it may have on landlords and tenants. We will review the main aspects to be aware of in a commercial service charge arrangement and will explore the implications of the Energy Act on lease negotiations and commercial service charges, highlighting potential pitfalls and solutions.

Tue 28 Apr 2015          BWB Events Read More and Book >

Working together with other charities can be hugely beneficial and help a charity achieve its wider goals. Therefore it’s important to be aware of some of the key legal issues and obstacles before embarking on this journey. This session will look at the governance and legal issues to consider when looking to work with other organisations. 

Tue 21 Apr 2015          BWB Events Read More and Book >

The funding landscape is constantly changing. A panel of experts will discuss the different ways charities derive income, from conventional fundraising through to contracts and social finance. We will explore the pros and cons of each and crucially how charities in the future can ensure they are sustainable. The panel will then take questions from the floor and open up to a wider debate.

Thu 16 Apr 2015          BWB Events Read More and Book >