Immigration Online CPD

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Online CPD covering immigration and asylum.

Select this module to gain 1 hour verifiable CPD.

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Join David Hossack, employment law accredited specialist, and Stuart McWilliams, immigration law expert, to explore how immigration can affect common employment law issues including redundancy, dismissals and the right to work.
A useful look at where the two areas of law can overlap, this convenient, on-demand module also covers practical tips on how to identify immigration issues and how to deal with them. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Who has the right to work
  • How to verify if someone has the right to work
  • Consequences of not having the right to work
  • Difficult cases
  • How immigration can affect TUPE and takeover situations
  • Immigration and redundancy/disability discrimination

Speakers:

David Hossack, Morton Fraser LLP
David is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Employment Law and Commercial Mediation. He supports a varied practice including employment, licensing law, immigration, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He advises businesses, public sector organisations and individuals on both contentious and non contentious employment matters. He is also an accredited and practising mediator. With significant experience of a wide range of areas of litigation, he is active in resolving employment, personal and commercial disputes outside of the courts.

Stuart McWilliams, Morton Fraser LLP
Stuart provides advice and assistance to businesses in relation to the Tier 2 Sponsorship process and is recognised for his expertise in working with software and technology companies who are experiencing skill shortages. He also has extensive experience working with Tier 1 entrepreneurs who are looking to establish their businesses in the UK. Further, Stuart deals with private client immigration matters and can advise on any application for Leave to Remain. He speaks frequently on immigration issues and has particular expertise in relation to the family migration rules.

Prices for this module (excluding VAT)

Member

£40.00

New member

£35.00

Non member

£45.00

Unemployed member

£25.00

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