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Stay ahead of the curve: Employment Law Update Seminar

April 23 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Recent changes, upcoming developments, and practical insights.

Join us for an in-depth discussion on the latest employment law updates. We’ll delve into recent legislative changes and key case law developments that directly impact your business.

Looking ahead: We’ll also analyse anticipated shifts in employment law as the government continues to prioritise legislative reform.

Gain valuable insights: This seminar will equip you with the knowledge and practical guidance needed to navigate the ever-evolving employment law landscape and ensure that you stay compliant and effectively manage your workforce.

Topics to be covered will include:

  • Reasonable Adjustments;
  • What to expect in employment law, with a focus on recently introduced and upcoming legislative changes;
  • Monitoring in the workplace – key points to note from the Information Commissioner’s Office’s latest guidance
  • Case Law Update.

Who should attend?

The session will provide an insight into the upcoming legislative developments expected in 2024, a round-up of the key employment law cases recently decided and a review of the legal changes in the last 12 months and will be of particular interest to directors, business owners, senior managers and HR professionals.

Meet the speakers

Ed Heppel

Commercially minded and pragmatic, Ed advises clients employment law and other HR issues and is relied on by clients from a range of sectors (including food, charities and family business) as he appreciates that clients need good advice quickly in order to make commercial decisions.

Ed Heppel
Lucy Trynka

Lucy undertakes work on a variety of employment issues and has advised clients in respect of complex disability discrimination matters, including during employment tribunal proceedings and regularly advises both employers and employees on settlement agreement matters.

Lucy Trynka
James Peel

James specialises in commercial law, including commercial contracts, website terms and conditions and advice in relation to trade marks, copyright and other intellectual property rights. He also advises clients in relation to data protection issues such as policies and procedures and responding to subject access and freedom of information requests.

James Peel