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An overview of equality duties
This course provides an overview of the main issues in play when judicial review proceedings are brought against local authorities on equalities grounds following the increasing number of challenges to budget cuts.
Childcare/Adult Services Update
In this two-part webinar, Morris Hill and Graeme Kenna look at some of the latest developments in adult social services law and children's social care law respectively.
Employment Law Update
This course covers developments in three main areas: Social media cases; reasonable adjustments; and redundancy. It also briefly highlights recent changes and those on the horizon.
Equality Duties and Consultation
In this webinar, leading barrister Richard Clayton QC examines some of the high profile cases of the past year, looks at when the arguments are likely to succeed or fail in future and provides pointers on how councils can ensure their decisions stick.
Practicalities of Compromise
This course provides some practical points on the art of compromise in litigation, with reference to recent case law, and looks at how to ensure that compromise agreements are legally valid and enforceable.
Property Law Update
This webinar addresses the key recent developments in property law that affect local authorities including: Acquiring Rights of Way & Prescription, Assets of Community Value under the Localism Act and recent case law on Break Clauses.
Trends and Developments in Information Law
The Deputy Information Commissioner Graham Smith looks at the implications for local authorities of the government's transparency agenda and outlines some important recent developments to the Freedom of Information regime.