Coronavirus update: We continue to follow the advice from WHO and local governments. Our seminar programme will be delivered as webinars, so you do not miss any important legal and industry updates.
Our below seminar programme is currently being delivered as webinars, however if you weren't able to join we've made them available to view online so you do not miss any important any legal and industry updates
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We are delighted to be holding a webinar on the impact of these abandoned containers, due to COVID-19, on the insurance industry in terms of both cargo insurance and freight liability insurance. We will also consider the losses arising from such claims and the extent to which these might be covered under such policies.
We are delighted to be holding our annual regulatory webinar on Thursday 9 July 2020, where attendees will gain an insight into this rapidly developing area of law.
We are pleased to be holding the fifth of our weekly series for SMEs where we will consider contractual issues during COVID-19.
We are holding our webinar which will explain when healthcare and other organisations should have reported a death from COVID-19 under RIDDOR, what steps to take to prepare in the event that an Inspector makes contact with a view to undertaking a formal criminal investigation, dealing with those investigations and what are the possible outcomes and consequences for organisations.
Kennedys' healthcare team are delighted to be holding the sixth seminar of our 2020 annual healthcare seminar programme, with guest speaker: Katie Gollop QC, Barrister at Serjeants' Inn.
Kennedys' healthcare team are delighted to be holding the seventh seminar of our 2020 annual healthcare seminar programme, with guest speaker: Helen Vernon, Chief Executive of NHS Resolution.
Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman - roles, responsibilities and outcomes from investigations
Kennedys' healthcare team are delighted to be holding the eighth seminar of our 2020 annual healthcare seminar programme, with guest speaker: Rob Behrens CBE, Chair of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.