April 30, 2019 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
What should business owners and executives do to protect their organisation legally? Allow Chamber legal experts in business protection to help you understand the different risks facing SMEs with specific steps to take and procedures to have in place to safeguard against certain unforeseen events.
Corporate law can be complicated, this half-day course will help to cut through the red tape to deliver straightforward business legal advice in a workshop format for companies of every size and sector.
Whether private or public sector, this business legal advice course will address a wide range of legal issues facing Lancashire businesses and methods for those companies to protect themselves from litigation including contracts, compliance and governance.
This course will cover:
- Standard terms and conditions
- Commercial contracts including construction projects, consultancy, manufacturing & distribution, agency
- Identifying, protecting and exploiting intellectual property rights
- Agreements for intellectual property and IT
- The most common structures for share and partnership protection
- Application of the Data Protection Act and Freedom of Information Act
This valuable half-day of legal advice and training for business will provide delegates with simple legal steps to apply sound legal protection for their organisation. All delegates will receive a Chamber of Commerce Certificate of Completion at the end of this course.
This morning workshop is directly followed by our “Data Protection Essentials for Business” course which runs in the afternoon as part of a back-to-back business protection training offering from the Chamber. Courses may be taken together or separately. Lunch will be provided at the conclusion of this course.
If the date, time, and/or location of this business legal advice workshop isn’t convenient for your team, we can be flexible. Contact a member of our training team to see how easy and affordable it can be to bring this training directly to your facility through an in-house or bespoke course.