Legal Bites: Regulatory Webinar Series

5th June 2024
4:30pm - 5:15pm BST
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Legal Bites: Regulatory Webinar Series

What is, or is not, a SLAPP? An examination of the SRA guidance on SLAPPs and its ramifications

We are delighted to announce the latest instalment in our Legal Bites regulatory webinar series. Join us for an insightful discussion led by Ben Hubble KC, Clare Dixon KC, and Ben Smiley.

In this live session, our panellists will explore the SRA guidance on SLAPPs (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation), using real-world scenarios to illustrate its practical implications.

Join us for an informal conversation over cheese and crackers, following Chatham House Rules, as our experts unravel this complex and highly topical area.

Legal Bites is our regulatory webinar series for in-house counsel and COLPs. It offers a comprehensive expert overview of the current regulatory landscape and serves as a forum to discuss trending issues. Moreover, all attendees will enjoy a complimentary hamper of treats.

Please note that this webinar is for in-house counsel and COLPs. If you would like to attend, or would like to extend the invitation to a colleague, please RSVP via email to

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Ben Hubble KC

Call: 1992 Silk: 2009

Clare Dixon KC

Call: 2002 Silk: 2021

Ben Smiley

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