Goodman Derrick to host employment key case law update

On Wednesday 11th May Goodman Derrick are hosting an employment law spring seminar on employment key case law.

This seminar is for Human Resource directors, managers and advisers, in-house legal advisers, directors and senior executives with involvement in HR issues and risk management, and anyone with managerial responsibilities who deal employment issues.

Employment Key Case Law Update 2016 will cover:

  • The latest important cases affecting HR and businesses
  • Summaries of key decisions
  • The practical impact on your work
  • What's coming up?

Including: key cases on unfair dismissal; employment status; holiday pay; discrimination.

Plus: 2016 new reporting obligations and the impact on businesses: Gender Pay Gap, Modern Slavery, and Living Wage "naming and shaming".

Speakers: Alison Downie, Head of Employment; Clare Gilroy-Scott, Senior Solicitor; Rose Branson, Solicitor.

There will also be the opportunity to speak to our team of employment law experts as well as keep up to date with the latest legal developments.

Date: Wednesday 11 May 2016

Time: 08:30 to 10:30

Venue: Goodman Derrick LLP, 10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD

Cost: Free of Charge

Agenda:

08:30    Registration, Breakfast and Meet The Team

09:00    Seminar: Employment Key Case Law Update 2016

10:20    Q&A

10:30    Close of Seminar

Booking

To RSVP please email Jack Osbon at josbon@gdlaw.co.uk supplying the full name of the attendee(s), your company details and telephone number, or call Jack on 020 7404 0606. Confirmation will be sent following this.

Cancellation

Our sessions are popular and there is usually a waiting list. If you need to cancel your attendance please let us know as soon as possible so that your place can be given to someone on the waiting list. However, you are free to substitute a delegate at any time.

Further Information

For further information on the Employment Department and our speakers, visit www.gdlaw.co.uk or call 020 7404 0606 and ask for Alison Downie, Head of Employment.