The Mock Tribunal

19th August 2012

Employment law specialists at Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are giving local businesses a chance to experience a tribunal hearing, without having to step foot in a court.

Taylor&Emmet's expert team will be hosting a mock employment tribunal to show HR professionals and people managers what to expect when defending a claim. Held at the Leopold Hotel on September 20, Taylor&Emmet will present a fully interactive tribunal role play using a scenario based on unfair dismissal, harassment and social media. Delegates will have the opportunity to cross examine witnesses and ask questions of the solicitors in a relaxed, informal environment, before voting on the outcome of the case. This FREE half day seminar will look at all aspects of the tribunal procedure, including preparing for a hearing, who to call as witnesses, giving evidence, the role of the judge and panel members, closing submissions and judgement, plus compensation and costs. Taylor&Emmet's mock employment tribunal is free of charge for up to two delegates per organisation. Light refreshments will be provided during and after the event, which will run from 8.30am to 1pm. To make a reservation, please contact marketing co-ordinator, Claire Petty, on (0114) 218 4000 or book online at www.tayloremmet.co.uk/quarterly-seminars.

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