Events

We regularly organise exclusive events and CPD-accredited training courses for our clients and contacts, concerning new legislative changes, industry issues, or more informal networking or social events. Our events are always focussed, topical and timely.

If you have any questions regarding our events, please email the Marketing team on marketing@beale-law.com.

 

For this year's Bristol Insurance Seminar, Beale & Co will be taking a virtual approach and hosting a webinar. 

Join us on Thursday 26 November at 3:30pm to hear about the Insurance market in the UK and Bristol, overcoming the challenges of 2020, and a look ahead to 2021. 

Our talks will be given by David McArdle, Partner, along with Solicitors Rhian Deacy and Sarah Hinton all from our Bristol office. 

Topics

The webinar will give an overview of the landscape of the current Insurance market in the UK as well as focus on some key issues for stakeholders. The following topics will be covered:

- Construction - ESW1 Forms and Fire Safety
- Solicitors - Update on aggregation in light of Lord Bishop of Leeds v Dixon Coles & Gill 
- Accountants - duties to non-clients

There will also be a live Q&A at the end of the webinar, where our speakers will be able to address questions from their talks.

  • Date

    Thursday, 26th November 2020

  • Times

    3:30pm - Start
    5pm - Close

  • Venue

    GoToWebinar

  • RSVP

    To register for this webinar, please click here

Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013 is a very accessible and efficient method of resolving payment disputes on construction projects. 

Join us on Thursday 4 February 2021 for a webinar that will involve a detailed consideration of Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013. This webinar will focus on the structure of the adjudicative process and the considerations for Referring Parties and Responding Parties in adjudication. 

Topics
In particular, Killian Dorney and Cian O'Gorman will address the following: 

•    Disputes that can be adjudicated
•    How to commence adjudication
•    The adjudication procedure and timetable
•    Adjudication as a tool for settlement
•    Compliance with the Decision
•    Costs
•    Matters to consider before commencing adjudication

There will also be a live Q&A at the end of the webinar, where our speakers will be able to address questions from their talks.

  • Date

    Thursday, 4th February 2021

  • Times

    1pm - Start
    2pm - Close

  • Venue

    GoToWebinar

  • RSVP

    To register for this webinar, please click here.