Employment Law Master Class: Effective Workplace Investigations

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A refresher session on the essentials of effective workplace investigations.

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This is an online event via Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to delegates in the Booking Confirmation email and in reminders 48 hours before the event, and twice on the day of the event. Please check spam and junk folders. Here are some guidelines to help you get the most out of this webinar. This event may be recorded.

The session will focus on how to conduct effective workplace investigations. It will look at gathering evidence, electronic monitoring, GDPR, taking statements, the role and status of witnesses and preparing reports for hearings.

Darren Sherborne will share his experience in acting as an investigator for CMP Solutions as well as from his extensive practice as an employment solicitor.

The session will include an update on the law in these areas, as well as practical advice for shepherding an organisation through such issues.

The session is aimed at HR Professionals dealing with the practicalities of workplace investigations. Please note: the format of this event has been changed to allow many more people to attend.


Darren Sherborne of Sherborne Solicitors began his journey as a solicitor in Employment Law working for a trade union in 1991.

He is regarded as the most well-known employment lawyer in Gloucestershire and is recognised for a practical, down to earth approach.

Since embarking on his career, Darren achieved a Master’s Degree in Industrial Relations Law, was appointed as an Arbitrator for ACAS, has been a contributing author for numerous legal practitioner and text books and appears regularly as a commentator in the press and on the radio.

He has been instructed in ground breaking legal cases.

• Anyanwu v South Bank University, the case went to the House of Lords and changed the law on Discrimination

• Mears Limited v Vassall, the case changed the law on Unfair Dismissal

• Williams v Jackson Lloyd which ended in the Supreme Court and affected the law on TUPE transfers.


The event starts at 08.00 and finishes at 09.30. Please log in promptly, preferably 5 minutes before the start time. Attendees will be admitted to the webinar in one group at 08.00 (start time). If you are late logging in, it may take a few minutes for us to admit you to the session once the session has started.

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