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From legal updates and knowledge sharing to guest speakers and networking, you are very welcome to join our events. If you would like to receive regular invitations please register, or find out more below.

Construction Breakfast

David Morris will be joined by GL Law’s Head of Litigation, Richard Gore. They will be discussing key aspects of construction and commercial disputes, what to look out for and how to best deal with conflicts within the construction industry.

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Event Title
Construction Breakfast
When
Wednesday 23rd June
Tickets
Free
Where
Online
Who for
Construction Industry Professionals

Employment Breakfast - Flexible Working Requests

In this session, Nick Jones and Cecily Donoghue will discuss:

  • The difference between formal and informal requests
  • Considerations when responding to a flexible working request
  • Avoiding exposure to legal risk and a disgruntled workforce
  • Practical tips for managing the request process and supporting managers
  • Dealing with requests to work overseas

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Event Title
Employment Breakfast - Flexible Working Requests
When
Wednesday 30th June
Tickets
Free
Where
Online
Who for
HR Professionals

“Richard Gore represented me in my claim against a former principal under the commercial agency regulations. His calm head and clear thinking both in correspondence and at the mediation, where the matter was resolved, was indispensable and I would have no hesitation in recommending his services to others.”

Anonymous

“GL Law have provided a fully transparent service during a very stressful time. Communication is so important at times like this and they do this very well. They’ve treated me as an equal, answered every question I’ve asked, offered me advice and guidance at each stage, and provided me with draft letters and alternative options which has helped me feel empowered. I thank them for their good service and would happily recommend them to others.”

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