Disciplinary Proceedings Seminar, Manchester, 5th March 2015
The Lowry Hotel, 50 Dearmans Place, Salford M3 5LH
The seminar will discuss the latest case law on High Court injunctions for breach of disciplinary procedures in an employment context; the emerging contractual right to a fair process; problems of categorisation of performance concerns and the challenges of handling suspensions. The session will focus on the healthcare sector, but will also consider the ramifications of this dynamic and developing area of jurisprudence on disciplinary procedures in general.
Topics & Speakers:
Chaired by Mark Sutton QC
The Court’s role in disciplinary procedures – Mark Sutton QC
Categorisation problems – Betsan Criddle
Suspension – Lance Harris
We would also be delighted if you would join us afterwards for drinks so that everyone gets a chance to meet and to talk to each other informally.
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