Training Day - Legal - Birmingham - 12 September
Date: Thursday, 12 September 2019
Venue: Copthorne Hotel, Legal, Paradise Circus, Paradise Place, Birmingham B3 3HJ.
This Training Day is now Fully Booked!
Another opportunity to attend this popular training day delivered by Lindsey Hemingway.
Designed for owners and managers of self storage businesses and their key personnel, the objective of the day is to help delegates familiarise themselves with the key areas of risk for self storage businesses. The day also offers practical suggestions on how to manage those risks through proper documents and operational processes.
The day will cover:
- Understanding contracts
- Risk and liability
- Keeping keys
- Taking deliveries
- End dates
- Lien sales
- Bankrupt storers
- Deceased storers
- Access by authorities
- Access for maintenance
- Data Protection/GDPR
Trainer - Lindsey Hemingway
Lindsey is an experienced corporate and commercial lawyer, having spent many years as a partner in private practice acting predominantly for entrepreneurs as well as small and medium-sized enterprises. Her work includes corporate structuring and reorganisations, business sales and acquisitions, management buy-outs, joint ventures and shareholder relationships, funding and secured lending, commercial contracts and terms and conditions of trading. Although Lindsey works across many sectors, for many years a number of her clients have been in the flexible space sector (self storage, managed offices), enabling Lindsey to develop specialist knowledge specific to these businesses. She has also worked extensively with the SSA UK to refine the suite of standard self-storage agreements and the Manual of Advice and Procedures (MAP). She is now regarded as one of the very few experts in European Self Storage law. Lindsey attended the London School of Economics and Political Science receiving a LLB (Hons) in English Law and French Law, and a diploma in French Law from the University of Strasbourg.
£150 + VAT per head
Limited places available so book early to avoid disappointment.