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Jacksons’ Podcasts

Jacksons Law Firm is very excited to have launched its first #WhatsTheLawPod series in October 2019.

We are adding new Podcast episodes to our website regularly so keep an eye on this page to see what else we are talking about.

So, what are you waiting for – have a listen now and let us know what you think!

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Building a career – the apprenticeship route

Building a career – the apprenticeship route

11/01/2021

This episode of ‘What’s The Law?’ focuses on apprentices.
We talk about how apprentices can add value to a business and how an apprenticeship can be the start of a great career.


IR35 legislation – how will the changes effect you?

IR35 legislation – how will the changes effect you?

08/12/2020

In this episode of ‘What’s The Law?’ we will be explaining the forthcoming changes to the governments IR35 legislation and looking at how these changes will effect both contractors engaged by intermediaries and the business engaging in them.


Childcare during a pandemic

Childcare during a pandemic

24/11/2020

In this episode, Family Solicitor, Beth Courtney-Walker is joined by Family Mediator, Denise Todd.  Beth and Denise discuss childcare arrangements during a pandemic and what separated parents can do to reach an amicable agreement in order to avoid going to court.


Investing your pension in property

Investing your pension in property

22/10/2020

Have a listen to our latest episode in our What’s The Law Podcast series where Associate Solicitors John Bewick and Helen Marram from Jacksons and David Smith, Managing Director, Tilney are discussing investing your pension in property and what that means.


The pandemic, the house builder and the lawyer

The pandemic, the house builder and the lawyer

30/09/2020

In the latest of our Podcast series, Head of Residential Conveyancing and New Build, Jonathan Wall talks to Steven Ball, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey about the housing sector in the last few months.


Starting a new business

Starting a new business

23/09/2020

During this episode David Artley, Solicitor from Jacksons’ Corporate and Commercial team is in conversation with Andrew Bartlett, founder and managing director or Roam.
David and Andrew talk about setting up a business, the different types of business structures and Intellectual Property IP).


Marketing during a pandemic

Marketing during a pandemic

11/09/2020

During this episode we speak to Peter McKenna, Diablo Seasonings, Kathryn Armitage, KA Creative, Declan Williams, The Digital Gene and Karen Robinson, Jacksons Law Firm.


Why you need a Lasting Power of Attorney

Why you need a Lasting Power of Attorney

03/09/2020

Associate Solicitor, Stephen Robinson from Jacksons and Chartered Financial Planner Anthony Field from Tilney Group explain what a lasting power of attorney is and why we should appoint someone we trust to look after our health and welfare.


Succession Planning for Farming Businesses

Succession Planning for Farming Businesses

07/08/2020

In this episode of ‘What’s The Law?’ we will be looking at some of the challenges currently facing farmers and the importance of succession planning.


How Jacksons responded to the pandemic

How Jacksons responded to the pandemic

09/07/2020

No one knew what to expect when the pandemic hit and the UK went into lockdown in March.
Fortunately at Jacksons, the management team had already formed a Covid 19 committee prior to the lockdown announcement, and were able to put plans into place quickly.


Embracing the new normal at work

Embracing the new normal at work

23/06/2020

In this Podcast, we are looking at returning to work during these unprecedented times.
Partner and Head of Employment at Jacksons, Paul Clark and Solicitor, Matthew Rowlinson give sensible advice to those companies who are looking to welcome their employees back to the workplace.


Effects on Contracts – Force Majeure and Frustration

Effects on Contracts – Force Majeure and Frustration

11/06/2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused millions of people problems over the last few months and unfortunately, this will continue for some time.


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