Take a couple of hours out of your afternoon to network with other senior hospitality professionals and participate in our insight sessions where we will discuss practical ways to enhance and protect your hospitality business.
DWF are offering a unique opportunity for junior in-house lawyers in the retail, food and hospitality sectors to learn and network at our new training series.
If you are a paralegal, trainee solicitor or under 5PQE solicitor please RSVP below to come along to our legal issues and softer skills training series.
This seminar will focus upon the nuances of vicarious liability and highlight key legislation and case laws.
In partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium, DWF is hosting a discussion on the trends and solutions UK-Europe ports and logistics operators are adopting to increase efficiency and capabilities, and deal with the challenges of keeping goods moving – whatever happens with Brexit.
Book now for our breakfast seminar to hear about how you can use the law to protect your business against 'business interruptions'. This event will be hosted across two dates: 19 June in Edinburgh & 20 June in Glasgow.
In this session you will get an overview of employment law followed by a round table discussion
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Jonathan Moss, our Head of Transport and Shipping, comments on the impact on shipping/tanker insurance premiums fol… https://t.co/kLVIuJBK7g
Hilary Ross, Head of Retail, Food and Hospitality, comments on the new legislation set by the European Commission o… https://t.co/Mjegpgneqw
RT @DWF_DWFEvents: If you are in Birmingham on 5 & 6 July come along to the Colmore Food Festival which showcases the finest food and drink…
Hilary Ross, Head of Retail, Food and Hospitality, comments on the new legislation set by the European Commission on food supply chain transparency.
RT @stoswaldsuk: A huge thank you to this lovely team from @DWF_Law who have been volunteering with us today in our Central Sort centre, or…
DWF, the global legal business, today announces that it has agreed to an exclusive association with the Spanish law firm, RCD (Rousaud Costas Duran). RCD has 40 partners and a total of more than 400 people. It has offices in Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia and in its last financial year, RCD generated revenue of €34.4m.
Global legal business DWF has appointed Mark St John Qualter as CEO of its Managed Services division.