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Agency workers - Katherine Apps, 39 Essex Chambers

Agency workers - Katherine Apps, 39 Essex Chambers Which measures can you lawfully adopt to ensure business continuity through a strike, such as taking on agency workers?

Chair's introduction - Marc Meryon, Eversheds Sutherland

Chair's introduction - Marc Meryon, Eversheds Sutherland Industrial Relations: Shaping new law into solution-focused answers for your clients

Injunctions - Binder Bansel, Penningtons Manches Cooper

Injunctions - Binder Bansel, Penningtons Manches Cooper Is there a shift in the wind for industrial action injunctions, post-balloting reform? Are volumes down? What are the alternatives supported by case law and practical examples?

Non strike action - David Reade QC, Littleton

Non strike action - David Reade QC, Littleton What - legally and practically - distinguishes a demo from a picket? How far can you push the boundaries? What are the legalities of “cyber-picketing”, e.g. the Rogers v Picturehouse Cinemas?

Non strike action (NTS) - David Reade QC, Littleton

Non strike action (NTS) - David Reade QC, Littleton What - legally and practically - distinguishes a demo from a picket? How far can you push the boundaries? What are the legalities of “cyber-picketing”, e.g. the Rogers v Picturehouse Cinemas?

Pending action - Paul Nicholls QC

Pending action - Paul Nicholls QC Cutting through all the opinions, when is a trade dispute actually a dispute, or a process in motion? When is a dispute no longer a dispute? What counts and what would move a court?

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