LexisNexis Webinars – Topical, expert content that you can rely on

The new normal for business is unlike anything we have yet become accustomed to. Since the declaration of Covid-19 as a pandemic which resulted in South Africa invoking the Disaster Management Act we have been forced to consider a new way to conduct business. Gone are the days of face to face meetings, group events and consultations. But, with this change comes opportunity.

At Lexis Nexis we’re not newcomers when it comes to expert content. In fact, LexisNexis has been long trusted to provide accurate, precise, reliable information. And it’s in this light that we intend to continue.

Drawing on our expert authors, contributors and partners we are offering free LexisNexis Webinars on a wide range of topical, relevant and impactful content.  Direct to your desktop, mobile or tablet, sign up now and keep informed.

Upcoming webinars

  • GRC Webinar Series: Ensuring your Business is Proactive with Regulatory Requirements
    COVID-19 has further demonstrated the importance of identifying emerging risks and prioritising investment in governance, risk and controls. These structures should be based on understanding how potential events and risks interconnect; how quickly impact may be experienced; how technology can be used to monitor and manage key controls and compliance obligations; and the value of cohesive culture across an organisation.

Previous webinars

  • Electronic Signatures Webinar Series
    The impact of COVID-19 on the way we use our vehicles, manage public transport, the delivery of goods, flying, etc. was sudden and drastic.
  • The Executive’s Role in Corporate Compliance
    The role of governance and compliance has seen a significant shift over the past 6 months from prudent compliance management to quick decision-making with financial policy and reporting regulations.
  • Legal Drafting Skills Webinar
    Clarity and brevity are key to the successful drafting of legal papers. Too often, an inability to write as is required, a reliance on precedents, as well as the confusion caused by the use of lengthy arguments and complex legal jargon results in badly drafted legal papers, furthering delays in the legal process.
  • POPIA Webinar series with Ahmore
    The President has announced the commencement of the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act 4 of 2013 on 1 July 2020. This means all affected organisations must comply with the Act within 12 months or face hefty fines.
  • Business Rescue Webinar
    Many South African businesses find themselves struggling to stay afloat as a result of the far-reaching effects of COVID-19. While this is a devastating situation, the pandemic and resulting lockdown might offer some organisations the chance to embrace financial rehabilitation through restructuring.
  • Socio-Economic Impact
    The impact of COVID-19 on the way we use our vehicles, manage public transport, the delivery of goods, flying, etc. was sudden and drastic.
  • Concise Guide to Carbon Tax Author discussions
    Clarity and brevity are key to the successful drafting of legal papers. Too often, an inability to write as is required, a reliance on precedents, as well as the confusion caused by the use of lengthy arguments and complex legal jargon results in badly drafted legal papers, furthering delays in the legal process.
  • COVID-19 Return to work webinar
    The impact of COVID-19 on the way we live and work has been dramatic and far-reaching. The easing of lockdown from 1 May will be a staggered process, geographically and according to sector, with specific regulations on how this will be achieved due to be published this week
  • COVID-19 Webinar Traffic and Transport during lockdown
    The impact of COVID-19 on the way we use our vehicles, manage public transport, the delivery of goods, flying, etc. was sudden and drastic.
  • GRC Webinar Series
    COVID-19 has further demonstrated the importance of identifying emerging risks and prioritising investment in governance, risk and controls. These structures should be based on understanding how potential events and risks interconnect; how quickly impact may be experienced; how technology can be used to monitor and manage key controls and compliance obligations; and the value of cohesive culture across an organisation.