Daniel Barnett presents...
An explanation of Harpur Trust v Brazel: what EXACTLY did the Supreme Court say, and what does it mean for you?
This interactive discussion and Q&A session will answer all your questions about the implications of the Harpur Trust decision.
The session will last about 90 minutes and will be recorded. All delegates will receive a Workbook and a copy of the recording.
Members of the HR Inner Circle are welcome to attend for free. Students on the Virtual Employment Law Academy will be sent a copy of the recording after the event.
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Straight after the lecture, we'll go into a Zoom Q&A session where Daniel and Darren will answer your questions about the implications of the Harpur Trust case.
Daniel is an employment law barrister at Outer Temple
Chambers in London. Daniel is also a presenter on LBC Radio, the UK's largest commercial talk radio station, presenting the LBC Legal Hour weekly since 2010.
He is the author or co-author of eighteen books, including the leading title Handbook on Employment Law (currently in its 8th edition), two of which have been ranked as #1 on the Amazon bestseller lists for HR books.
He has presented seminars for the House of Commons, the BBC, Oxford University, HSBC, Barclays Bank, Ocado, and dozens of other organisations in-house, and keynoted at national and international conferences. In 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2019 he wrote and presented the Employment Law MasterClass national tour, speaking to thousands of employment lawyers and HR Professionals around the UK. He produces the Employment Law Matters podcast, ranked #1 on the Apple Podcast Store for business podcasts in the UK.
Darren is an experienced employment lawyer who spent many years representing both employers and employees in employment tribunals. He has a particular expertise in public sector employment and works closely with local government employers across the country, providing training and consultancy on key employment law issues affecting the sector. In recent years he has also acted as a consultant for the Government of Jersey helping them to develop their framework of employment law and introducing new laws on discrimination and family-related leave.
Darren writes extensively on employment law issues and has previously worked for IDS and LexisNexis. He is now a consultant editor for XpertHR, the leading online platform providing employment law information to the HR profession.
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