Practical Law New Zealand new resource type: in-house presentations
The new PowerPoint presentations can be adapted by in-house counsel for the needs of their organisation, including conducting CPD training and upskilling your business.
Check out some of PLNZ's new presentations (with more to come):
- Presentation, Agile projects and contracting (covering agile project methodologies and the implications for contracting, the role of participants and tools in agile projects and the risks of using this method); based on material contributed by Hayley Miller, Partner and Campbell Featherstone and Gretchen Fraser, Senior Associates, Dentons Kensington Swan).
- Presentation, Cybersecurity issues for in-house lawyers (covering key cybersecurity issues for inhouse lawyers and proactive steps that inhouse lawyers can take to build a comprehensive information security program).
- Presentation, Dealing with the media (looks at key considerations for lawyers when preparing themselves and company executives for dealing with the media).
- Presentation, Engaging effectively with the business: communication (covering key skills in-house lawyers should develop to build trust as a legal adviser and business partner within an organisation).
- Presentation, Introduction to share purchases (provides an overview of the main issues to consider when buying a company by way of share purchase, based on material contributed by Cath Shirley-Brown, Partner, Russell McVeagh and Lincoln Matthews, Solicitor, Simpson Grierson).
- Presentation, Using confidentiality agreements (looks at the use and benefit of confidentiality agreements for the protection of parties' confidential information).
- Presentation, Using heads of agreement (covering the legal issues and practical considerations arising in heads of agreement used for commercial transactions).
Subscribers can access these resources from Practical Law New Zealand's in-house topic home page. For more information, or to discuss a subscription to Practical Law, please contact Abigail Milburn, Practical Law New Zealand Lead.