News - Old Square Chambers Brexit event success

Employment & Discrimination - Rebecca Tuck, Michael Ford QC, Nadia Motraghi, Melanie Tether, John Hendy QC, Ben Collins QC

On 5th May 2016, Old Square Chambers held an event on the topic of Brexit in conjunction with the University of Bristol, and the impact it could potentially have on various practice areas. We had an impressive list of speakers and an intense programme, giving bite sized overviews of various topics. The programme can be seen below:

Rebecca Tuck - Welcome

Michael Ford QC - Overview of implications

Professor Paul Craig - Sovereignty, regulation and the implications of leaving the EU

Nadia Motraghi - Timetable for leaving and repealing

Professor Sandra Fredman QC and Ijeoma Omambala - Discrimination

Melanie Tether - TUPE

John Hendy QC - Trade union law

Professor Tonia Novitz - Working time

Ben Collins QC - Free movement of persons

Professor Sue Arrowsmith - Public procurement

Philip Mead - Employer’s liability

Dr. Nathalie Moreno - Data protection

Q&A

Thank you to all of those that were able to attend, and apologies to those we weren't able to accommodate due to the incredibly high level of interest in this event.

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