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Through the Maze webinar series

03 March 2021

In place of our usual ‘in person’ Through the Maze seminar, this year we will be presenting a series of live webinars over the course of this month. The webinars will be delivered by members of our court of protection team and will feature guest speakers including Jane Paige and Ella Cornforth from Northern Lifetime. The series will focus on topics such as agency or direct recruitment, and lump sum vs periodical payments, and our court of protection experts will be discussing real case studies.

Each webinar will take the format of a 45 minute presentation followed by 15 minutes for questions, ending with an opportunity for discussion and networking.

For further information or to register for the webinars, please see the links below:

Wednesday 10th March - The care question - agency or direct recruitment?

Wednesday 17th March - Peters Undertakings and Reverse Indemnities: An introduction

Wednesday 24th March - Key Considerations of Lump Sum vs Periodical Payments

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