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Series of Legal-Advice Webinar Recordings for Musicians Released by Harper Macleod

Scottish legal firm Harper Macleod have released three recordings of their legal webinars for musicians for free public consumption, with a fourth on its way.

Published: 25 January 2021 | 3:26 PM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:32 PM
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Recordings are available of legal webinars on “Rights and permissions”, “Disputes, legal letters and court action in Scotland”, and “Events beyond your control”. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Harper Macleod have hosted numerous legal webinars, and in-person seminars, for our members in Scotland - and have now released recordings from three recent webinars for general consumption.

These are:

They will also be releasing a recording of their next event on “How do you trade?” shortly. MU members in Scotland can book a place to attend this event live at 1:00 pm on Wednesday 10 February.

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