Barristers from Trinity Chambers' Employment Law Team cover 'Recent developments in the world of Holiday Pay' and 'Interim Relief: A Practical Guide.'
Barristers from Trinity Chambers' Employment Law Team cover the following topics:
- Recent developments in the world of Holiday Pay - Andrew Crammond
- Interim Relief: A Practical Guide - James McHugh
This webinar and its accompanying notes are made available for educational and information purposes only. The views expressed in it are those of the speakers. The contents do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such. The speakers and Trinity Chambers accept no responsibility for the continuing accuracy of the contents. To fully understand the topics discussed, we recommend also reading the cases referred to in the webinar and accompanying handout. Contact Trinity Chambers if you have a specific legal query.
About the speakers
Andrew was called to the Bar in 2008. He regularly represents both claimants and respondents of all sizes from small businesses to FTSE 100 organisations, as well as local authorities and government bodies, including against Queen's Counsel, in complicated employment law matters. Andrew has appeared at the EAT (in both London and Edinburgh) and regularly provides advice and drafting in relation to Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal matters. Andrew also has particular experience in cases involving the medical, health care and social work professions – including doctors, nurses, social workers and veterinarians, as well as a range of other health care and professional practitioners. Andrew is a member of the Government Legal Department's Regional Panel of Counsel.
James was called to the Bar in 2010. He has a nationwide practice in both England and Scotland covering all areas of employment law, including discrimination, wrongful and unfair dismissal (including redundancy), restrictive covenants and whistleblowing. James represents both claimants and respondents including individuals, trade unions, local authorities, SMEs and large companies. James regularly provides advice and drafts pleadings on all aspects of employment law. James also has experience advising both employers and employees on Settlement Agreements following termination of employment. James is a member of the Government Legal Department's Regional Panel of Counsel.