Life has certainly been bizarre over the past year. The pandemic has affected not just our social lives but our professional lives too. Most of us have had to adapt to a sudden move away from the office, regular meetings and work social events, to a desk alone at home. Yes, a lot of discipline has been demanded to keep away from home distractions and to studiously work. As a legal professional, you have had to cope with the added task of maintaining secure working from home to ensure client confidentiality is upheld.
However, whilst your work has kept going throughout the COVID-19 crisis, have you ensured that you have kept up to date with your yearly Continuing Professional Development (CPD)? Yes, we know that it sounds like a tall order during a year of social distancing, but CPD as required by the (Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) does still remain mandatory.
This is where we at Tremark can help!
Tremark Associates Ltd www.tremark.co.uk are a high-quality professional investigation business with a wealth of experience and knowledge. We have years of experience in providing investigative services to legal professionals as well as in providing presentations to them on the services we provide which can assist them with their complex daily work.
“Tremark are consistently excellent in the service they provide.”
“Tremark staff are efficient, knowledgeable, friendly and easy to deal with.”
Tremark’s Professional Development Webinars:
We are inviting you to our series of four webinars for legal professionals to assist in enhancing your CPD. One of our experienced process servers will be present at each one to answer your questions and share their experiences in order to improve your professional knowledge.
Each webinar will last just one hour (we know that home working can be demanding when needing to attend long meetings or webinars) and is completely FREE OF CHARGE so there is no need to worry about persuading your firm for agreement from the training budget. We believe that your professional development gains from our webinars will be enough persuasion for you to attend our future in-person presentations once some normality arrives back in the world…
We will be covering the following essential training topics:
1. Lawful Investigations and processing data without consent:
The terms ‘Private Investigator’ and ’Enquiry Agent’ have unfortunately become tainted after the illegal activities of some private detectives came to the world’s attention. Despite the investigatory industry remaining unregulated, we are still affected by both the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 which have introduced new obligations on all of those who process data. We look at how legal professionals can ensure that they demonstrate compliance when instructing an investigator to investigate and process a subject’s data without the subject’s consent.
2. Tracing People
Through an overview of the various levels of tracing products available, we demonstrate how professional investigators can find missing debtors, beneficiaries, and respondents. We take you through a real case study to demonstrate the techniques and specialist products used, such as how a settings change on Facebook can reveal multitudes. We will have 30 experienced industry professionals present (including Richard Wooler, a people tracing specialist) to answer your questions and provide you with essential tips.
3. Asset Tracing
Tremark offers four levels of asset tracing products. Our presentation demonstrates the techniques and methodology used, including the circumstances in which detailed personal information can be obtained, the compliance requirements, as well as the varying information that can be uncovered. Data obtained, coupled with the expertise of our qualified investigators can uncover previously untraceable assets and liabilities to provide you with a complete assessment and recommendations. Our most comprehensive Level 4 Report utilises deep personal credit data obtained from one of the UK’s leading credit agencies, and can yield additional detailed financial information on an individual’s bank accounts, mortgages, loans, credit cards, store cards and other utility accounts.
4. The Practicalities of Process Serving
Ever wondered how a process server deals with an aggressive or evasive respondent? We look at how the instructing solicitor can help the process sever to achieve success and what other information can be gathered by the process server to assist the solicitor in meeting their wider objectives. We share our extensive knowledge and tips on successfully obtaining orders for substituted service and the various steps that should be taken to avoid unnecessary delays.
Once you have attended one of our webinars we will provide you with a certificate of attendance for ease of evidencing this important step towards your yearly CPD.
Interested? Please click here to register to reserve your spot as places are limited. We will then email you your link and password to attend.
Dates for upcoming events:
10.30 Hours Tuesday 18th May 2021 Lawful Investigations SORRY NOW FULL 15.00 hours Thursday 20th May 2021 Asset Tracing SORRY NOW FULL 10.30 hours Tuesday 25th May 2021 Tracing People SORRY NOW FULL 13.00 hours Wednesday 26th May 2021 Lawful Investigations SORRY NOW FULL 10.30 hours Friday 28th May 2021 Practicalities of Process Serving SORRY NOW FULL 09.30 hours Wednesday 2nd June 2021 Asset Tracing SORRY NOW FULL
15.00 hours Thursday 3rd June 2021 Lawful investigations
10.30 hours Tuesday 8th June 2021 People Tracing SORRY NOW FULL 10.30 hours Friday 11h June 2021 Asset Tracing SORRY NOW FULL 10.30 hours Tuesday 15th June 2021 Practicalities of Process Serving SORRY NOW FULL
10.00 hours Thursday 17th June 2021 Asset Tracing
10.30 hours Friday 18th June 2021 People Tracing SORRY NOW FULL
13.30 hours Friday 18th June 2021 Lawful investigations
10.30 hours Thursday 24th June People Tracing
10.30 hours Friday 25th June 2021 Practicalities of Process Serving