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Staying on top of all the legal issues for your day-to-day activities and corporate life events in many jurisdictions is a challenge, especially in this current environment. That's why Deloitte Legal launched Dbriefs, live webcasts, to help you gain insights on key legal trends and critical issues affecting your global business operations.
Intellectual Property And ESG: How Companies Can Manage IP Strategically For Sustainability
Tuesday 18 October 2022, 12.00 BST/13.00 CEST
Host: Alex Woolgar
Presenters: Richard Murrell
It is widely believed that innovation offers promising solutions to the paradox of improving quality of life for a growing global population, while moving to eliminate unsustainable consumption. Energy efficiency and renewable solutions can help to avert the climate emergency; new agricultural methods can feed a growing population from increasingly depleted land; hyper-personalisation can meet individual needs while reducing resource consumption and waste. How can businesses position themselves to contribute towards this innovation and maximise the benefits of doing so? We’ll discuss:
- The role that IP can play in promoting a sustainable future.
- Some of the key IP challenges and opportunities for companies developing sustainable solutions.
- How to balance business imperatives with providing environmental and social benefits to wider society.
- What an optimal future-facing IP strategy may look like.
Learn more about this developing area.
Class Actions/Mass Litigation In Different Jurisdictions
On demand, aired 6 October 2022
(Please note this webcast runs for 90 minutes)
Host: Eduardo Villellas
Presenters: Robert Griffiths, Patrycja Bolimowska, Mihnea Galgotiu-Sararu, Víctor Manuel Avila, Silvia García, Paolo Terrile, Erlind Kodhelaj
The rise of class actions and mass litigation has been evident in recent years. The regulation of this kind of litigation and the way it is handled in each jurisdiction is different. During the webcast Deloitte Dispute Resolution experts will explain the current status of this kind of litigation in their jurisdictions. This webcast will be of particular interest to legal counsels and in-house lawyers whose companies are present in several jurisdictions. How can your organisation manage disputes in the most efficient and effective way? We’ll cover the following countries, amongst others:
Keep up to date with developments in your area.
The Key Features Of Alternative Dispute Resolution And Recent Developments
On demand, aired 8 September 2022
Host: Laura Askew
Presenters: Tom Collas, Paolo Terrile
When navigating a dispute, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes can be used in order to encourage the parties to reach a settlement. ADR can lead to a quicker resolution and reduced costs, so ADR will be a key consideration when determining overall strategy. During this webcast, our experts will be examining the ADR landscape in England, Belgium and Italy. What does your organisation need to know to keep up to speed? We’ll discuss:
- Key features of ADR in each jurisdiction (including negotiation, early neutral evaluation, expert determination and mediation).
- Any recent developments and anticipated changes going forward.
Learn more about the ADR landscape across these jurisdictions.
Employment Law Perspectives In ESG
On demand, aired 18 July 2022
Host: Ivana Azzolini
Presenters: Rebecca Butler, Fernando Bazan, Adam Tomiak of EBG Law
We often think of climate and environmental impact first when considering ESG goals. But social issues are often top of mind. A strong ESG proposition can help companies attract and retain quality employees, enhance employee engagement and experience and increase productivity overall, yet there can be a divide between compliance with regulation and meeting internal goals. Our experts will discuss local trends and developing labour laws in Italy, LATAM, Spain, UK, and US. What employment law and HR issues can arise? We’ll discuss:
- What’s hot: The main guidelines for a sustainable workforce management from a labour law perspective.
- How to do it: Developing strategies and tools for sustainable HR management of legal and business requirements.
- Coming soon: The all-around approach to ESG in HR management.
Learn more about the current ESG landscape across these jurisdictions.