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On 22 May 2013 we held a seminar on "long-term and persistent short-term absence management" in association with the CIPD. The event was well received and we’d like to extend our thanks to the CIPD.
"Excellent, very informative, one of the best CIPD talks I have attended in over 10 years"
"Absolutely spot on! Relevant and interesting. Above and beyond what I'd expected"
We are pleased to announce our cooperation with the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) Central London Branch. The first project is a seminar on “long term and persistent short-term absence management”. More details are set out here.
We are very pleased to announce that Gareth Kervin has been recognised by Chambers and Partners, the legal industry’s foremost directory, as a Leader in Employment Law.
On 24 October 2012 we hosted a very well attended seminar “Business Protection and The Hostile Employee...” in which we looked at drafting points in employment documents which would reduce the risks posed by hostile or disloyal employees, including payment adjustments and enforcement of post-termination restraints.
To view the slides click here.
Kervin and Barnes (International) Triathlon Team
Three of us will be attempting the Austria 70.3 Ironman (it’s actually a half Ironman) on 26 August 2012 and we decided to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Gareth said “The armed forces are increasingly visible in everyday life and they receive overwhelming support from society for the very challenging work they carry out. Unfortunately, what isn’t so visible is the physical and mental suffering that is an inevitable consequence of their role. That suffering extends beyond the serviceman or servicewoman to their colleagues, family and friends. Often the consequences are permanent and a daily battle. Help for Heroes do an incredible job helping to rebuild lives and families long after the headlines have passed.”
If you would like to sponsor our Triathlon Team, please click here.
Gareth Kervin, Partner at Kervin & Barnes, negotiated terms in excess of £1,500,000 for a Finance Director departing a London Hedge Fund. The settlement involved payment of future losses, payment of deferred equity and the provision of “good leaver” status. The case involved FSA regulatory issues and complex loans and options under an EMI scheme. Gareth commented “The headline cash compensation of a settlement is often only the surface, the advantage of negotiating “good leaver” status is that it often results in a considerable extra cash value, has tax benefits and is often less “valuable” to the employing company than making an equivalent cash payment.
We are very pleased to announce that we are authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) as an in-house CPD course provider which enables us to allocate CPD credit to courses we organise for our guests and clients.
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