Webinars

You can access a number of ELA webinars from this page. 
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Filmed: 12 Apr 2021
Speaker: Amy Rogers (11KBW), Toni Lorenzo (Partner, Lewis Silkin LLP), and Andrew Smith (Matrix Chambers).

 

Are you new to international employment litigation? Confused by “service out” and “applicable law”? Confounded by “territorial jurisdiction” and “posted workers”?

Members of the ELA International Committee provide this practical introduction to international employment litigation, in both the High Court and employment tribunal. Our speakers  demystify this area of practice, explaining the key concepts, and providing insight into ‘what they wished they had known’ when they started working on international disputes.

Filmed: 1 Apr 2021
Speaker: Lorrelee Traynor (NHS Wales), Qian Mou (Alibaba Group) and Ken Morrison (St George's University, London) Chair:: Paul Singh (National Education Union)

During this session, you will hear from a panel who work in-house for a wide variety of organisations, ranging from local government to multi-national corporations. The aim of the talk is to give an insight into what the life of an In-house lawyer is really like, the types of cases they deal with, the skills they need and how it differs from private practice.

Filmed: 31 Mar 2021
Speaker: Sarah Henchoz (Partner, Allen & Overy LLP); Alexander Milner-Smith (Partner, Lewis Silkin LLP); Edward Wanambwa (Partner, Russell-Cooke LLP); and Christine Young (Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP)

In any deal involving employees in more than one European country, three topics consistently throw up interesting practical challenges. In this practical session, organised by the ELA International Committee, experienced speakers will give their views on each of these ‘hot topics’ in the post-Brexit world.

Length: 58 mins
Filmed: 26 Mar 2021
Speaker: Regional Employment Judge Wade, Regional Employment Judge Taylor and Regional Employment Judge Freer Chair: Catherine Richmond, Worden Richmond and member of ELA’s Training Committee

We were delighted to welcome the three London REJs (Central, East and South, Wade, Taylor and Freer) who  agreed to come and talk to ELA members about recent developments and challenges in their respective regions.

Filmed: 22 Mar 2021
Speaker: Acting Regional Employment Judge Findlay and Regional Employment Judge Swann

With a seismic backlog of claims in the Employment Tribunals along with the continuing pressures of the Global pandemic, this session offers “A Conversation with Acting Regional Employment Judge Findlay, Regional Employment Judge Swann and compere Julie Duane, St Philips Chambers”

Length: 67 mins
Filmed: 18 Feb 2021
Speaker: Employment Judge James Dawson and Stephen Wyeth, 3PB Barristers

Notwithstanding the promise of effective vaccines for Covid-19 it is likely that video hearings are likely to continue into 2021. In this session Employment Judge James Dawson and Stephen Wyeth, 3PB Barristers discuss, how the Southampton tribunal is faring at the moment and how the tribunal has adapted over the last year in light of the pandemic, good practice for preparing/undertaking remote hearings, including consideration of the Presidential Practice Direction and Guidance, how practitioners can assist the administration of justice in the ET, particularly in respect of case management and possible future developments.

Length: 74 mins
Filmed: 11 Feb 2021
Speaker: Speakers: Elizabeth Filkin CBE, Chair of The Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse Dr Nicola Sharp-Jeffs OBE, Founder and CEO at Surviving Economic Abuse Hannah Swift, Employment Lawyer at Baker McKenzie Co-chairs: Annabel Mackay, Baker McKenzie and me

ELA’s Training and Pastoral Committees joined forces to present a session on this important issue of domestic and economic abuse. With so many of us working from home, there is an assumption that everyone has a safe work environment. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and employers’ health and safety obligations extend to supporting workers who are, or they suspect may, be victims of domestic abuse.

Length: 63 mins
Filmed: 8 Feb 2021
Speaker: Martin Diller, Gleiss Lutz (Germany), Debra Fischer, Morgan Lewis (California), Franco Toffoletto, Toffoletto De Luca Tamajo e Soci (Italy), Claire Toumieux, Allen & Overy (France) Chair: Paul Goulding QC, Blackstone Chambers

This webinar, organised by the ELA International Committee,  will present an unrivalled opportunity to hear directly from leading employment lawyers in Germany, France, Italy and California on the approach to non-competes in their jurisdictions. This will inform ELA’s response to the consultation, as well as those of its member firms and individuals, and also help to prepare members for any changes that might lie ahead.

Length: 62 mins
Filmed: 28 Jan 2021
Speaker: Pearl Moses, Head of Risk and Compliance, The Law Society and Lizzie Twigger, Senior and In-House Counsel, Slaughter and May. Chair: Clare Fletcher, PSL Counsel - Employment, Slaughter and May

As law firms plan for post-pandemic life, it seems clear that a shift to increased remote working is on the cards.    But while remote working has benefits for many staff, it also has pitfalls for legal professionals and their supervisors. This webinar looks at the practical and regulatory implications for lawyers at all levels, from juniors at the start of their careers to team heads responsible for supervision.

Length: 56 mins
Filmed: 13 Jan 2021
Speaker: Adam Daniel, Courageous Co; Co-chairs: Emma Clark, Keystone Law and Fiona Herrell, Brodies

As legal advisors and experts in the field of employment law, you need to be equipped to think and operate with mental agility, emotional capacity and to be able to bring the right energy to each client and their unique situation.

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