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  • 28 August 2014

    Certificate in Commercial Contract Drafting

    Central Law Training

    London

    This 2-day course is aimed at solicitors with little or no experience of drafting commercial contracts. It will be of particular interest to those who are working in-house and will also be a useful refresher to those returning from a career break....

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  • 29 August 2014

    Certificate in Commercial Contract Drafting

    Central Law Training

    London

    This 2-day course is aimed at solicitors with little or no experience of drafting commercial contracts. It will be of particular interest to those who are working in-house and will also be a useful refresher to those returning from a career break....

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  • 1 September 2014

    An A to Z of VAT in One Day

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This is an intensive and wide-ranging one day VAT course. It is rapid fire, and not for the faint hearted. It is aimed at tax lawyers and accountants who need to get up to speed with VA...

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  • 2 September 2014

    Foundations of Confiscation Law

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Introduction Introduction This seminar provides the ideal foundations necessary for a thorough grounding in confiscation law. It assumes little prior knowledge and approaches the topic afresh building up the pri...

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  • 2 September 2014

    How to Develop a Profitable Personal Injury Practice - Top 10 Tips for Surviving Jackson

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction It is now almost a year since the Jackson Reforms and whilst most of the spotlight has been on "black letter" changes little if any attention has been given to the changing business env...

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  • 2 September 2014

    Intercreditor Agreements in Leveraged Transactions

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    Intercreditor agreements have assumed increasing importance over the past few years. The evolution of laminated structures prior to the credit crisis, initially comprising senior and mezzanine and later, now nascent, 2nd Lien loans, forced these arrangements into sharp relief. Inevitably the increase in
    financial distress flushed out the numerous issues in the prevailing arrangements in a raft of landmark cases (e.g. European Directories, Stabilus, Trimast and IMO Carwash).

    The market responded with the introduction of the LMA Intercreditor precedent in 2009 seeking to codify the market approach which, largely, had remained uniform prior to the crisis. Stung by a series of reverses in IMO and other cases, RBS Worldpay represented the first real effort by mezzanine lenders to redress the balance of power and may well have led to the publication of a revised LMA Intercreditor in 2012. This sought to address some of these issues, particularly valuation and the duties of the Agent vis-a-vis the mezzanine.

    The LMA was always designed as a point of departure and its role has, to some extent, been undermined by the wave of bifurcated pari Loan / Bond structures which have gained traction over the last few years. These structures embrace a raft of variations; super senior RCF / senior secured bonds either on their own
    or together with junior secured 2nd Lien Notes (e.g Voyage) and/or junior unsecured notes (e.g Perstorp). Additionally, since late 2012, the market has also witnessed the resurrection of PIK Notes which have introduced additional complexity. These structures, and particularly the rise of senior secured notes
    (which historically were generally junior unsecured instruments in Europe), have created intercreditor tensions which were never envisaged by the LMA precedents.

    Despite this, the issues inherent in intercreditor arrangements are, to a large extent, similar in all cases. This programme seeks to focus on the main issues in both traditional senior Loan/ Mezz structures and also reviews the problems facing the market in the pari Loan / Bond structures in both corporate deals (e.g. Virgin) and sponsored transactions.

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  • 2 September 2014

    Tactics to Win in Asset Recovery - An Advanced Guide

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Advanced Introduction Client demand for successful asset recovery has never been higher; this course combines essential updates and current procedure for the debt recovery team and litigators in any field of pra...

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  • 2 September 2014

    The Taxation of LLPs & Professional Practices

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Update Introduction The Autumn Statement 2013 contained a number of changes to the tax treatment of LLPs, including the allocation of profits in mixed memberships and the classification of salaried or fixed shar...

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  • 3 September 2014

    Advanced Negotiation Issues in M&A - The Critical Commercial Aspects Impacting on Deal Value

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    This programme is aimed at those with a working knowledge of the M&A process.

    The simplistic view of M&A is that it’s a bilateral process between buyers and sellers. Experience practitioners understand it is a far more organic process which involves multilateral negotiations between Buyers/Sellers on the one hand and their respective advisers on the other hand (fee negotiations being the most important). Additionally, parties need to be aware of the negotiating issues that arise in parallel negotiations between the parties own advisers themselves (e.g. accountants debating the completion accounts, lawyers the SPA).

    This programme focuses on negotiating the key commercial aspects of the transaction which impact value for both buyer and seller and on creating the right framework and strategy for enhancing value to the seller or retaining value for the buyer. Part of this is understanding the internal politics of handling each side.

    The programme is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the soft negotiating issues which are common to most deals. The second part focuses on the legal, accounting and technical areas where the real value can be gained or lost; particularly completion mechanisms (completion accounts and locked box), the cash free-debt free and working capital adjustment, structuring the consideration, handling management and value leakage through the reps, warranties, disclosure and indemnities.

    Warranty or Gap insurance, long seen as an expensive and cosmetic solution has experienced a new lease of life over the past few years, especially buyer insurance which has developed into a cost-effective solution for bridging warranty issues.

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  • 3 September 2014

    Customs Import Compliance - The Essentials for Professionals

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This is an introductory level course covering the essentials of customs compliance which every business involved in importing must know. The course considers the legal provisions of the...

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