Whistleblowing - the basics of the law

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This session seeks to provide delegates with an overview of all aspects of the current law in relation to whistle blowers.

It will consider the various legal components required to bring a claim in the Employment Tribunal, e.g. worker status, the nature of a qualifying disclosure, how a qualifying disclosure becomes a protected disclosure.

It also addresses the statutory concepts of detriment & dismissal, as well as considering the remedies available following a successful claim.

Learning objectives:

The session will provide a solid foundation for knowledge of all aspects of the law relating to public interest disclosures and whistleblowing.

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Alastair Hodge

Barrister and Professor of Advocacy • The Chambers of Jason Beer QC, 5 Essex Court

Alastair Hodge was called to the Bar in 1997 as a Barrister of the Inner Temple and was elected a Master of the Bench in 2014. He has been a tenant at 5 Essex Court since 2003 and specialises in all aspects of Employment Law & Education Law.

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