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Employment Webinar: Watch Andrew Allen QC discuss Whistleblowing

Andrew Allen QC presents an Employment Law Webinar on Whistleblowing. 

As part of the 28 barristers – 14 day Employment Law Series, Andrew Allen QC presents a Q&A Webinar on whistleblowing.

Andrew recently presented this webinar in a series of employment law seminars put together by Outer Temple’s Daniel Barnett. This webinar covers claims for whistleblowing and whether the law on whistleblowing has served its purpose. Andrew also looks at the interplay between whistleblowing law and discrimination law and also the relationship between whistleblowing and human rights law.

Andrew Allen QC is the Head of the Employment Workgroup at Outer Temple. His most recent Whistleblowing case was Jesudason v Alder Hey in the Court of Appeal which explored disclosures to the media under s43G ERA 1996, whether the nature of a reaction to a disclosure could amount to a detriment and causation.

Free Representation Unit

The webinars raised £15000, which was donated to the Free Representation Unit, helping to train future generations of advocates and supporting vulnerable litigants.

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Andrew Allen QC is a leading Silk in UK Employment Law and has extensive experience has a successful employment and discrimination practice encompassing TUPE, contractual disputes, discrimination – including within partnerships, equal pay, restrictive covenants, unfair dismissal, redundancy, working time, minimum wage, breach of contract, parental and carer’s rights, remuneration and bonuses. If you would like to discuss an employment law issue please contact Andrew’s Practice Director  Nick Levett (+44 (0)20 7427 4908) who would be happy to answer your queries in the strictest of confidence.

Webinars & Recordings 29 May, 2020


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Call: 1995 Silk: 2020

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