25 Apr 2017
14:00 - 15:00

Join us on the 25th April, for our Whistleblowing and Case Law Update  webinar from 14:00pm – 15:00pm.

Topic: Dealing with Whistleblowing (aka “protected disclosures”)

  • What exactly is whistleblowing? (A whistleblower doesn’t have to be “right” to be protected)
  • What is the difference between opinion and a protected disclosure?
  • What protection do whistleblowers have? (detriment & dismissal)
  • Who can blow the whistle?
  • When can a whistleblower take their allegations outside the workplace? “In the public interest…” the latest developments on this hurdle for claimants
  • Tips for employers dealing with whistleblowers

Presenter Bio:

Tim was called to the Bar in 2004 . His employment practice includes advisory work, drafting and advocacy acting for Respondents and Claimants in the Employment Tribunal, the Civil Courts, the Employment Appeals Tribunal and the Court of Appeal. He advises and acts for employers and employees in all areas of employment law including cases involving discrimination, whistle-blowing, sexual harassment, TUPE and enforcement of post-termination restrictive covenants

Tim is a contributor to the Westlaw UK Insight series published by Sweet & Maxwell. He is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association work group on Zero Hours Contracts which recently consulted with Government over proposed legislation to ban exclusivity clauses. He gives training for barristers’ and solicitors’ continuing professional development.

If you wish to find out more information on this webinar, please contact Catherine Wilson via or 01753 676 666.


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