Reciprocate Encounters - The Effects of Law on Communication

Networking and events Posted on October 20, 2017

TUESDAY, 17 APRIL 2018 1.00 PM - 4.00 PM

Location: Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2PH MAP

The Reciprocate Encounters programme continues with Stephanie Kleyman from Kleyman Solicitors returning to talk about how the law affects communication.


  • Websites – what needs to go on them and what should be left off.
  • Social media – what you can and can’t say and what to do if a mistake is made.
  • Intellectual Property – who owns your logo and what happens if there is a dispute about it.
  • Advertising – how to get it right from a legal perspective.
  • Data – The repeal of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the replacing Directive (May 2018)

More information to follow.


  • Anyone responsible for the day to day running of a charity.  
  • Trustees of charities.  
  • Those with responsibility for designing or managing charities websites and marketing material.  


Stephanie runs a full service law firm, employing 15 members of staff.  Stephanie believes passionately that it cannot all be about the money, and it is important for everyone to make a contribution to society.  Given her extensive knowledge and experience in business law, and her love of talking (sometimes you can’t shut her up) she has found a unique way to help charities, by providing talks and legal workshops, to help charitable organisations be better prepared for doing business.


1.00 PM: Arrival and refreshments

1.30 PM: Workshop starts

2.30 PM: Break, further tea and coffee

2.45 PM: Workshop resumes

3.30 PM: Q&A

4.00 PM: Workshop closes

Please note that there is no designated parking for this workshop. For details of nearby parking, visit Parking in Oxford.

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