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From 07:45am to 09:30am
In this seminar we will look at how employers can protect themselves from employees damaging their business after they have left employment. We will focus on: > Contractual paperwork, the court process and practical ways of minimising risk. > Employment law issues created by social media. > Bringing you up to date with recent employment law developments, looking at a number of recent cases and current hot topics. This seminar is designed for HR professionals and in-house Lawyers. To book your place please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/employment-law-seminar-protecting-your-business-tickets-61157680268
This seminar is designed for HR professionals and in-house Lawyers.
Justin Govier helps clients defend complex Employment Tribunal claims and has particular experience in defending whistleblowing, discrimination and TUPE claims as well as disputes involving breaches of restrictive covenants and confidential information.
Marc Jones acts for multinationals, small to medium-sized enterprises, public sector bodies, charities and individuals. This has included both employment and commercial related disputes in the employment tribunal, county court and High Court, which has ranged from, amongst other things, TUPE and boardroom disputes to whistleblowing and discrimination. He also provides advice on employment data protection issues and restrictive covenants.
Richard Devall advises clients on employee engagement and talent management; the employment and immigration aspects of business transfers, mergers and acquisitions and outsourcing arrangements; governance, compliance and board reviews; international employee transfers; whistleblowing and discrimination and high-level litigation involving the enforcement of restrictive covenants and risk management.
Ed Marchant provides day-to-day HR advice on the full spectrum of employment issues, including employment contracts and staff handbooks, redundancies and re-organisations, TUPE transfers, restrictive covenants and Settlement Agreements.
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