Brexit – the implications on Employment and Immigration Law and practical take-aways for employers.

Online webinar
11 March, 2021 10:00am – 11:00am

Presenters: Sarah Alford, Senior Associate and Head of Employment and HR department and Glyn Lloyd, Founder and Partner at Newfields,

Company: Berry Smith Lawyers / Newfields

Webinar duration: One hour

 

Brexit – the implications on Employment and Immigration Law and practical take-aways for employers.

 

Along with discussing the implications on both Employment and Immigration Law, we will be sharing some practical steps employers should follow to ensure they remain compliant with the new immigration rules.

 

The session will be run by Sarah Alford, Head of Employment Law and HR at Berry Smith LLP along with Glyn Lloyd, Founder and Partner at Newfields, a firm which specialises in Immigration Law.

 

So join us, in our essential series of employment law webinars aimed at employers, where we’ll explore the legal and the practical that employers need to consider.

 

 

Please book your place in advance:

How to book: Email: mary.pope@bridgend.gov.uk (booking is essential)

For more information contact: Mary Pope on 01656 815320 or email: mary.pope@bridgend.gov

About the presenter

Sarah Alford is head of Employment Law at Berry Smith and has considerable experience in all Human Resources and Employment Law matters. She is cited by the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories. Her client’s range from PLC’s to public sector organisations. Sarah is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and regularly speaks and provides training on a range of Employment Law topics.

 

Glyn Lloyd is Partner and Head of Sport and Commercial Immigration. Glyn founded Newfields which, in 2018, was one of seven practices shortlisted nationally in the Law Society Excellence Awards for its expertise in supporting the commercial and professional sport sectors. In 2020, the firm won Boutique Law Firm of the Year in the Wales Legal Awards.

 


How to book

Booking is essential. Please complete the form below or e-mail business@bridgend.gov.uk.

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