Employment Law Update LIVERPOOL

02/12/2015 09:30

Wednesday 2 December 2015.

A one-day conference

The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool.

This was the ninth annual Employment Law Update Conference, organised by the Institute of Employment Rights held in association with Old Square Chambers and the TUC, and the first to take place under an all Conservative Government. It was a must-go-to event, but for those who couldn’t get there, our blogger has summarised the day below and the speakers papers are attached.

Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights: What will it mean for workers?

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Workplace Issues: taking up the issues with the new government

10/06/2015 09:30
10/06/2015 15:25

Wednesday 10 June 2015

A one-day conference

Diskus Room, Unite the Union, London

This event will be the first IER conference to take place after the general election, providing an excellent opportunity to assess the government’s programme of work. How will worker’s rights fair under a new regime? Which labour law topics will trade unionists need to be aware of in order to best protect their members at work?

An IER response to Richard Baker MSP’s Consultation Paper on Culpable Homicide (Scotland) Bill By Professor Steve Tombs and Professor David Whyte.

9 March 2015

By Steve Tombs, Professor of Criminology at the Open University and
David Whyte, Professor of Socio-legal Studies at University of Liverpool.

Response to the Law Society consultation: How should employment tribunals operate in the future?

18 February 2015

Nicole Busby, Michael Ford, Morag McDermont and David Renton respond to the Law society consultation on behalf of the Institute of Employment Rights.

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