Employment Law Update 2022

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Venue: Kensington Town Hall, London
Address: Hornton Street, London W8 7NX
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Date: Monday 31st October 2022
Time: 09.30-13:00
Speaker: Professor Dominic Regan, Betsan Criddle, QC
CPD Time: 3.5 hours
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KEY SUBJECTS

  • UNFAIR AND WRONGFUL DISMISSAL
  • DISCRIMINATION LAW UPDATE
  • STATUS OF INDIVIDUALS
  • WORKING TIME, THE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE AND TUPE: THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS

SPEAKERS

Professor Dominic Regan, The City Law School, London

Betsan Criddle, QC, Old Square Chambers

PROGRAMME

9.30am CHAIRMAN’S INTRODUCTION

UNFAIR AND WRONGFUL DISMISSAL

Protection against termination of an employment contract sits at the heart of labour law. This talk will consider both important decisions over the last year as well as some fundamental considerations too.

  • Covid concerns and unfair dismissal
  • The extent of protection afforded in Health and Safety dismissals
  • When will an injunction be granted to prevent termination?
  • The P & O case
  • Withdrawal of notice
  • Identifying the date of dismissal

Professor Dominic Regan, The City Law School, London

DISCRIMINATION LAW UPDATE

This session will look at the key developments in the field of discrimination law over the past 12 months, focussing on the decisions of practical importance when advising clients.

  • PHI and age discrimination
  • Gender critical beliefs v trans rights
  • Disability discrimination
  • Victimisation

Betsan Criddle, QC, Old Square Chambers

STATUS OF INDIVIDUALS

Rights, if any, are dependent upon the legal status of an individual. Those who thought that the Uber judgment was the last word on the subject were sadly mistaken. The decisions keep coming.

  • What factors are indicative?
  • How do directors fit in?
  • Where vicarious liability takes a different path
  • Volunteers
  • TUPE ramifications

Professor Dominic Regan, The City Law School, London

WORKING TIME, THE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE AND TUPE: THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS

This session will look at the latest developments in these ever changing fields.  The last 12 months has seen some important developments of which participants will need to be aware when providing advice.

  • Holiday pay – the entitlement of term time workers
  • Holiday pay – the entitlement of the so-called ‘self-employed’
  • NMW – sleeping in and induction periods
  • TUPE – the position of transferees on settlement

Betsan Criddle, QC, Old Square Chambers

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