The 7BR employment team are delighted to announce an all new Employment Series for 2018.

This year our seminars have been designed individually to cater for solicitors at set levels of experience covering a range of Employment topics. Full details of the events are as follows:

Week 1 – Thursday 18 October 2018 – from 5.30pm
Introduction to Employment Tribunal work
Dr Gregory Burke and Kat Shields

This seminar will be aimed at paralegals, trainees and newly qualified solicitors.

Week 2 – Thursday 25 October 2018 – from 5.30pm
Serious misconduct in the employment relationship: managing the fallout
Alex Young and Liam Ryan

This seminar will be aimed at solicitors who are 3yrs+ PQE but open to all. Employment solicitors are regularly called upon to advise in situations where allegations of serious, potentially criminal, misconduct are levelled against employees. Taking a deeper dive into the law governing employee misconduct, and also exploring relevant ancillary issues such as criminal investigations and potential civil vicarious liability, this seminar will offer a multidisciplinary perspective on managing the fallout from employment relationships gone wrong.

Week 3 – Thursday 1 November 2018 – from 5.30pm
Disability Discrimination
Andrea Chute and Dr Gregory Burke

This seminar will be aimed at solicitors who are 3yrs+ PQE. This talk will provide a detailed analysis of the different elements that should be pleaded in a s15 compared to a reasonable adjustments claim with a focus on the main distinctions between the two causes of action.

Week 4 – Thursday 8 November 2018 – from 5.30pm 
“Snap Chats”
Catherine Rayner, Jeffrey Jupp, Liam Ryan and Mukhtiar Singh

This seminar will be aimed at solicitors who are 3yrs+ PQE. Four members of the 7BR employment team will discuss key employment issues such as TUPE, Insolvency and Whistleblowing in short presentations. Audience participation will be encouraged to turn this into an interactive session.

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