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Harper Macleod: Data Protection

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We are delighted that Scottish legal firm Harper Macleod is running a new series of its popular free webinars for publishers. Jamie Watt at Harper Macleod is an expert in publishing law and other intellectual property. The webinars are a mixture of updates on core subjects like intellectual property and data protection along with some new topics including a guide to the publishing lifecycle and recruitment law. The event is the ninth in the series and focuses on data protection.

 

When: 12:00 to 13:00 on Tuesday 23 May 2023
Format: online (Zoom webinar)

This webinar will provide an in depth guide to data protection law, so that those responsible for personal data matters in publishing organisations can ensure their knowledge is complete and up to date. It will deal with matters such as establishing a lawful basis for processing, data retention periods, data security (including cyber security), and dealing with data subject requests.

The webinar speaker will be filmed. Attendees will not be filmed. They can ask questions through the webinar chat functions.

Please register in advance for this free event: Harper Macleod website.

 

Registration is open for the Harper Macleod 202223 series of webinars for publishers:

Harper Macleod: Intellectual Property in Publishing

Harper Macleod logo for webinars

We are delighted that Scottish legal firm Harper Macleod is running a new series of its popular free webinars for publishers. Jamie Watt at Harper Macleod is an expert in publishing law and other intellectual property. The webinars are a mixture of updates on core subjects like intellectual property and data protection along with some new topics including a guide to the publishing lifecycle and recruitment law. This event is the eighth in the series and focuses on intellectual property.

 

When: 12:00 to 13:00 on Tuesday 25 April 2023
Format: online (Zoom webinar)

This webinar will provide a tour of intellectual property as it applies to publishing, from copyright to trade marks, through data protection, and to rights management mechanisms. It will inform attendees in simple terms on what they can and cannot reuse from other works, how clearances should be approached from a legal perspective, and how rights disputes and intellectual property infringement can be addressed, whether it be through reproduction of work text or brand theft.

The webinar speaker will be filmed. Attendees will not be filmed. They can ask questions through the webinar chat functions.

Please register in advance for this free event: Harper Macleod website.

 

Registration is open for the Harper Macleod 202223 series of webinars for publishers:

Harper Macleod: Recruitment Law

Harper Macleod logo for webinars

We are delighted that Scottish legal firm Harper Macleod is running a new series of its popular free webinars for publishers. Jamie Watt at Harper Macleod is an expert in publishing law and other intellectual property. The webinars are a mixture of updates on core subjects like intellectual property and data protection along with some new topics including a guide to the publishing lifecycle and recruitment law. This event is the sixth in the series and focuses on recruitment law.

 

When: 12:00 to 13:00 on Tuesday 21 February 2023
Format: online (Zoom webinar)

This webinar will provide an in depth guide to recruitment law, so that those responsible for employment matters in publishing organisations can ensure their knowledge is complete and up to date. It will deal with matters such as basic compliance duties under employment law, what should appear in a good employment contract, workplace policies, and how members should approach their HR processes, disciplinary issues, dismissal and business sales.

The webinar speaker will be filmed. Attendees will not be filmed. They can ask questions through the webinar chat functions.

Please register in advance for this free event: Harper Macleod website.

 

Registration is open for the Harper Macleod 202223 series of webinars for publishers: