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What’s happening in employment law

  • 03 October 2023
  • 9:30am - 10:30am
  • Online - Zoom

In this session we'll discuss the latest developments in employment law.

It has been a busy few months for employment law reform. Although the Retained EU Law Act will not in the end scrap much EU-based law, the government has announced some significant proposals to change holiday calculation, TUPE consultation requirements, and the limits on non-compete clauses. Much of the draft legislation that we have been discussing for some time has now become law, including changes to the right to request flexible working, leave for carers, neonatal leave and pay, extended redundancy protection during pregnancy and maternity, and a new duty to prevent sexual harassment. There are also plans to change paternity leave rights. Recent cases include some useful new guidance on how to approach balancing conflicting views in the workplace.

Join us for an update on all these developments together with any other up-to-the-minute news.

Event speakers

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Laura Farnsworth


I head our rockhopper service and have been a member of the employment team at Lewis Silkin since qualifying as a solicitor in 2001 and ...

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Neil Dite

Managing Associate

I provide pragmatic and commercial advice on both contentious and non-contentious issues, including: - senior level recruitment and exits, ...

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Amy Cooper

Senior Associate

I am a Senior Associate in the Employment, Immigration and Reward division at Lewis Silkin. I advise both employers and employees on a ...

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