Stay up to date on industry trends, technologies, and best practices with Addleshaw Goddard. Our client knowledge and learning offers opportunities to learn about past developments, gain insights into emerging trends and keep ahead of industry changes, all tailored to your sector specialisms. Whether it is one of our established seminars, or something more tailored to your specific business needs, we can help your business attain a competitive edge.
Popular topics include:
AG Real Estate: Legal Foundations programme A two-day session aimed at the graduate surveyor studying for their APC. The first day looks at purchasing and developing the site with the second day focussing on managing property as an investment.
The Basics of Data Protection: This session focuses on a range of data protection topics relevant to operating a business in a connected world. Topics include cyber security, protecting confidential information, storing via the Cloud, BYOD, hackers (confidential information and patents), firm policies and managing a data breach.
Green Energy: Why go green? How do you go green? The Hydrogen Economy.
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Clients across the world rely on our lawyers' expertise in over 50 areas of business law to help them find the smartest route to the biggest business impact. Addleshaw Goddard's Knowledge and Learning programme delivers imaginative solutions to your business needs.
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We provide client learning relevant to the following jurisdictions: UK; Ireland; Germany; France; Singapore and the Middle East.
Here are some examples of courses:
– Middle East (Corporate): International Cross Border Joint Ventures
– Ireland (Employment): Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Irish gender pay gap reporting requirements.
We are also one of the few firms who offer comprehensive legal advice across all commercial disciplines in Scotland from our market-leading teams in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen. We provide our clients with access to our Scots law expertise in, amongst other disciplines, the following areas:
– banking, restructuring and projects;
– real estate, both transactional diligence;
– corporate and commercial;
– disputes and litigation; and
– employment across all sectors on commercial transactions which have a Scottish element, including oil and gas.
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