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Employment Webinar: Watch Paul Livingston talk on Harassment

Paul Livingston presents an Employment Law webinar on Harassment   As part of the 28 barristers in 14 days Employment Law Series, Paul gave a webinar on harassment in the workplace. Paul specialises in Employment and Discrimination and has considerable experience in acting in claims for harassment, as well as advising organisations about their approach to reducing and responding to harassment in the workplace. He advised on the foundation of, an AI tool to assist employees with recording and reporting harassment and discrimination and to assist employers in responding to such allegations. Paul’s experience as Counsel to public inquiries also puts him in a perfect position to advise on and carry out internal investigations. Free Representation Unit The webinars raised £15000, which…

Employment Webinars, Webinars & Vlogs 28 May, 2020

Employment Webinar: Watch Keith Bryant QC talk on Disability Discrimination

Watch Keith Bryant QC discuss disability discrimination and unfavourable treatment, one of a series recorded at a recent Employment Law webinar programme. As part of the 28 barristers – 14 days Employment Law Series organised by Outer Temple’s Daniel Barnett. Keith Bryant QC presented a Q&A webinar on disability discrimination. The webinar covered disability discrimination, the history of disability-related discrimination and the meaning of unfavourable treatment in section 15 of the Equality Act 2010 with reference to recent case law.   Watch the Employment Law Webinar   Helping the Free Representation Unit Industry professionals were charged a small fee to participate in the live webinars and £15,000 was donated to the Free Representation Unit, helping to train future generations of…

Employment Webinars, Webinars & Vlogs 27 May, 2020

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