SearchFlow’s extended webinar programme to aid compliance

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20 February 2015


Searchflow200xSearchFlow has extended its online training programme to include additional topics affecting conveyancers.

The one-hour* webinars running in February and March now also cover additional pressing topics including Fracking & Planning Risks in Property Transactions and Environmental Law – Essential Topics for Property Lawyers.

“Keeping up-to-date with the latest on the vast array of topics impacting property lawyers can be difficult,” comments Adam Bullion, Head of Marketing at SearchFlow. “Conveyancers are busy people so these webinars have been created as a convenient, flexible way for lawyers to ensure they remain compliant.

“Fracking and environmental law are hot topics at the moment, with developments coming through thick and fast. The two new webinars will help keep lawyers up-to-speed while helping them meet their due diligence requirements.”

The extra courses, run in association with GroundSure, will be led by experts in environmental law and data. GroundSure’s Catherine Shiers will cover the ever-changing area of fracking and planning. In addition, Keith Davidson, Director at ELM Law, and a specialist in environmental law practice, will discuss environmental law, covering compliance and insight into environmental liabilities.

 

Title Date and Time
Fracking & Planning Risks in Property Transactions 26th February 2015 at 10am
Fracking & Planning Risks in Property Transactions 26th February 2015 at 2pm
Environmental Law – Essential Topics for Property Lawyers 17th March 2015 at 10am
Environmental Law – Essential Topics for Property Lawyers 17th March 2015 at 2pm

 

To register for the free webinars, visit www.searchflowuk.co.uk/event-listings.



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