This seminar will be invaluable for employment lawyers, as these subject-matter specialist presenters address the emerging issues in the employment law jurisdiction, and the key cases over the last 12 months. This seminar will take a practical approach in looking at a selection of some of the key cases and related themes and considering the implications when you are advising clients.
This seminar will include:
After attending this seminar you will be able to:
Intermediate level. Employment lawyers, In-house counsel.
This presentation is available via live web stream, direct to your computer. Click here to find out more about web streaming.
Please note: Live Web Stream registrations close 12pm 23 November.
A short paper, in PDF format, together with a copy of the powerpoint presentation will be emailed out prior to the seminar.
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Barrister, Bankside Chambers, Auckland
Maria has a specialist practice in employment law, professional misconduct and related civil litigion. In her employment practice she acts for employers and senior employees, providing a full range of advocacy on grievances, urgent restraint of trade and search order actions, restructuring, privacy issues and employee shareholder/director disputes. Maria is also regularly appointed as an independent investigator by public and private sector organisations to conduct enquiries into allegations of serious misconduct. She is currently the convenor of the New Zealand Law Society Employment Law Commitee. Maria also serves as the Deputy Chair of the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal.
LangtonHudsonButcher, Lawyers, Auckland
Stephen is a partner in LangtonHudsonButcher, Lawyers, a specialist employment law and industrial relations firm. He has been involved in a number of significant cases in this area, is a member of the NZLS Employment Law Committee, and a regular contributor to Law Society and industry conferences.