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HR Forum: Employment Law Essentials and Recent Changes

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About the event

Rights, responsibilities and liabilities; contracts, policies and procedures – there are many angles to employment law and your position as an employer.  Whether you are an established business that already employs staff, or you are just appointing your first team members, HR managers and business owners have a lot to keep on top of as employment law changes regularly.

Richard Gvero and Miranda Mulligan from the Longmores Employment team, will cover key employment law issues including:

  • Contracts and policies
  • Rights and liabilities
  • Fair process
  • Common traps

They will also explain the changes introduced in January 2024:

  • Working Time Regulations affecting holiday entitlements for people who work irregular hours
  • Proposed changes to parental leave pay rates, paternity leave rules and a new right to unpaid leave for carers

A Q&A session will follow the presentation when delegates can ask their questions.


Richard Gvero

Longmores Solicitors

Joint Senior Partner, Head of Commercial and Head of Employment

01992 305210


Richard specialises in employment law and supports businesses and individuals with a broad spectrum of staffing issues.  These include company restructures and redundancy, disciplinary and grievance processes, TUPE and other employment aspects of commercial contracts and all types of employment dispute, including unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.  Richard is ranked in The Legal 500 and is an accredited mediator.

Miranda Mulligan

Longmores Solicitors

Senior Solicitor

01992 305212


Miranda is a solicitor specialising in advising businesses on employment law.  She has experience bringing and defending employment tribunal proceedings, as well as being an accredited mediator.  Miranda also helps her clients with contracts of employment, consultancy agreements and settlement agreements.  Miranda is ranked as a Rising Star in The Legal 500 and is an accredited mediator.


We are co-hosting this event with the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce and it is free to attend.

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