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Length: 29 mins
Filmed: 9 Mar 2018
Speaker: Stephen Ratcliffe, Baker & Mackenzie

In this webinar, Stephen Ratcliffe of Baker McKenzie takes us through the forthcoming changes to the taxation of termination payments which will take effect from 6 April 2018, as well as additional changes to NICs treatment which will apply from April 2019.  Note that this webinar has been recorded in advance of any substantive guidance from HMRC on the application of the new rules, so is subject to change once that guidance is published.

Length: 46 mins
Filmed: 9 Mar 2018
Speaker: Khurram Shamsee, DAC Beachcroft LLP and Akash Nawbatt QC, Devereux Chambers

Khurram and Akash consider how the General Data Protection Regulation will impact UK employers from 25 May 2018. The speakers explore the key challenges employers face to prepare for the practical application of the new law, from updating employee notices and dealing with extended data subject rights, to the difficulties of obtaining valid consent for processing employees' and workers' personal data. The webinar also considers the changing landscape on responding to Subject Access Requests following the decisions in four key cases handed down year by the Court of Appeal and High Court

Length: 65 mins
Filmed: 9 Mar 2018
Speaker: Nicholas Robertson, Head of UK Employment at Mayer Brown International LLP and Judge Brian Doyle, the President of Employment Tribunals, England and Wales

This podcast is a discussion with Judge Brian Doyle, the President of Employment Tribunals, England and Wales. The first half of the discussion covers how he became a tribunal judge, then the President and the work of Employment Judges within the existing tribunal system. The second half, which is in Part 2 of the podcast, is about the changes that are proposed to the tribunal system and Judge Brian Doyle's thoughts on what the tribunal system in the future might look like.  The host for the podcast is Nicholas Robertson, Head of Employment at Mayer Brown.

Length: 29 mins
Filmed: 26 Feb 2018
Speaker: Jennifer Haywood and John Machell QC, Serle Court Chambers

This webinar will look at common themes of dispute between LLP members and an LLP, challenges to an LLP member’s expulsion, age discrimination and compulsory retirement, repudiation of the LLP Agreement after Flanagan v Liontrust (and a comparison with the situation in general partnerships) and unfair prejudice and winding up petitions

Filmed: 15 Jun 2017

This conference was run by The Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation on 15 June 2017. ELA helped originate the conference and Jonathan Chamberlain of the ELA Legislative and Policy Committee chaired a session.

Length: 91 mins
Filmed: 24 May 2017
Speaker: Judith Freedman, Caspar Glyn QC, Will Hutton, Maria Ludkin, Jeremias Prassl

Our distinguished panel, offers its own perspective on how our employment and taxation laws could and should adapt to the changing workplace and behavioural patterns of the UK's working population.

Length: 24 mins
Filmed: 12 Apr 2017
Speaker: Sheila Fahy, PSL Counsel and Louise Skinner, Counsel, Allen & Overy LLP

Sheila and Louise discuss the biggest challenges for clients

Length: 96 mins
Filmed: 20 Oct 2016
Speaker: Gareth Brahams, BDBF; Mark Hunt, BNY Mellon; Eleanor Mannion, Renfrewshire Council; Bronwyn McKenna, UNISON; Daniel Northall, Littleton Chambers; Jane Russell, Essex Court Chambers and Fraser Younson, Fraser Younson Legal

The ELA Annual Lecture for 2016 was dedicated to the historic decision to leave the EU and the fall out of that decision for our members and their clients. An expert panel was brought together to examine what clients and businesses were saying about the legal ramifications of unravelling 40 years of jurisprudence, how employment lawyers were responding and the direction of travel for employment regulation under the new Government.

Length: 66 mins
Filmed: 14 Oct 2016
Speaker: Claire Darwin, Matrix Chambers and Annabel Mackay, Addleshaw Goddard LLP

This webinar highlights the development of discrimination law in the context of goods and services claims. This is an area in which employment lawyers are increasingly frequently asked to advise, as consumers become more aware of their rights under the Equality Act 2010.

Length: 60 mins
Filmed: 6 Oct 2016
Speaker: Jason Galbraith-Marten QC, Cloisters

This webinar covers issues such as when will an employer be entitled to change terms unilaterally? How should employee’s agreement to new terms be sought? Introducing new restrictive covenants; collective consultation; when is it fair to dismiss for refusing to agree new terms?

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