Liverpool Law Society is delighted to offer to its delegates a new, dynamic half-day training experience with multiple experts and a chance to interact with speakers (if you attend the live event). The first event in the series will take place on 30 June, with further specialist half-day sessions covering a range of legal topics to be confirmed in the coming weeks and months.
Employment Law: Summer 2021 Update
Whilst the world generally has seemed to slow down over the last 12 months, for Employment law specialists it’s never been so busy . To ensure best use of what little time there is for training, Liverpool Law Society has brought together some fabulous speakers, to supply you with condensed, clear updates in the areas that matter.
North West Regional Employment Judge David Franey will provide an update from the Employment Tribunals, having been appointed Regional Employment Judge on 1 July 2020. Previous to that, Judge Franey was a partner and Head of Employment in the Midlands and the North between 1995 -2010. Appointed a fee paid Employment Judge in the North West region in 2009, he became a salaried employment judge in 2013.
David Reade QC of Littleton Chambers is a leading silk in commercial litigation and employment law. He has appeared in many leading authorities. David will discuss The Burden of Proof.
Emlyn Williams, Head of the Healthcare Employment and Healthcare Commercial teams at Weightmans, will consider key developments since the seismic decision in the case of Royal Mail v Jhuti. Emlyn has over twenty years’ experience as an employment law advocate and particular interests in TUPE, whistleblowing, equal pay and discrimination issues.
Barrister Rebecca Jones of 23 ES Chambers has a a diverse employment, commercial and chancery practice. Rebecca acts for both Claimants and Respondents in all areas of employment law at all stages of litigation and for this summer update she will be speaking about ‘Employment Status – Uber and out?’.
The event will be chaired by Liverpool Law Society’s specialist Employment Law Committee chairperson Lindsey Knowles of Brabners, a Senior Associate in the Employment and Pensions team at Brabners, and there will be plenty of time for your questions.
Put the afternoon of 30th June in your dairy now and book your place on this summer update. Alternatively, if you cannot attend the live broadcast, register before 30 June to receive the link of the recording.
For full details about the topics to be covered at this summer update, and to book, click here.