Can contract law step in to the void left by statute?

Seminar Date 24 May 2012
Seminar Venue Lancaster London, Lancaster Terrace, London W2 2TY
Speaker(s) Mark Sutton QC

Philip Mead
Can contract law step in to the void left by statute?

Philip Mead, Old Square Chambers (Counsel for the employee in Edwards v Chesterfield)

Mark Sutton QC, Old Square Chambers (Counsel for the employer in Edwards v Chesterfield)
After Edwards v Chesterfield is there still room for creative common law angles? This practical session explores
  • the scope of this key Supreme Court decision
  • how and why it matters when advising employee and employers
  • its future ramifications
Mark and Philip will be presenting their talk at the ELA Annual Conference & Dinner on Thursday 24th May, 2012.
Conference times: 9.45am for 10.15am start until 5.15pm
Dinner times: Reception at 7.30pm Dinner at 8.00pm
After dinner entertainment: Rhona Cameron, stand-up comedienne
CPD hours: 5
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