EMPLOYMENT LAW

How (not) to lose an employment tribunal claim

This Employment Webinar is the first of three webinars considering steps employers can take to minimise employment tribunal claims. This webinar with Adam Williams and Rebecca Thornley-Gibson covers how to have effective protected conversations and without prejudice discussions with employees. We look at the ground rules you need to have in place for discussions, how you determine if you have a pre-existing dispute, admissibility and confidentiality of discussions and strategies you may wish to put in place regarding timings of your discussions.

About the authors


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Adam Williams

Partner

Specialises in guiding corporate clients through UK business immigration and labour law aspects of operating in the UK and moving people across borders.
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Rebecca Thornley-Gibson

Partner

Specialist in contract and policy frameworks, employee relations, employment tribunal litigation and senior executive terms and exits.

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