Collyer Bristow hosts employment law seminar on post-termination restrictions

Collyer Bristow’s employment and corporate and commercial teams are hosting an interactive seminar, based on a real-life case study, on how best to deal with threats to your business from former employees.

The firm will look at why contractual post-termination restrictions commonly fail and the steps you can take to improve their enforceability. It will also consider how restrictions contained in different contracts can affect the position.

Dates and times:

  • Tuesday 25 March 2014 (17:00–19.30): the seminar will start promptly at 17.15 and will be followed by a canapé and drinks reception welcoming employment partner Nathan Donaldson to the firm.
  • Thursday 27 March 2014 (08.30–10.00): the seminar will start promptly at 08.45 and breakfast will be provided.

RSVP to Darren Butt, business development manager, specifying which session you would like to join or call 020 7470 4408.

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