Free Employment Law Seminar for Employers

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Astons Solicitors will be hosting a Free Employment Law Seminar on 8th October 2013 at the Holiday Inn Northampton, Bedford Road, NN4 7YF.

Registration will be from 8.30am with complimentary breakfast rolls and tea and coffee. The seminar will commence at 9am and aim to conclude by 11am.

The Seminar will be hosted by Partners of the Firm Robin and Edward Aston. Both Robin and Edward have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in advising employers on all areas of employment law and pride themselves on providing “jargon free” advice with practical business solutions.

The Seminar will cover the following topics followed by a Q and A session. You will also have the opportunity to book a ten minute free 1:1 appointment to talk about a specific employment law issue with one of the Solicitors at Astons and this may take place either directly after the seminar or via telephone later on that day.

Employment Case Law Update 2013
Synopsis of the latest Employment Case Law

Employment Tribunal Fees
Employment Tribunal Fees came into force on 29th July 2013. The seminar will cover the level of the fees, fee remissions, the likely impact and an update on the High Court challenges of the fees in Scotland and England by way of a Judicial Review

Confidential Pre-Termination Negotiations
New rules on such negotiations came into force on 29th July 2013 enabling employers to have confidential pre-termination discussions without the pre-requisite of a prior dispute. The seminar will cover the new legislation and the likely practical implications

If you would like further information about the event please or to book a place please contact Stacey Aston via email

We hope you will be able to join us and look forward to welcoming you along to the event.

N.B Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.