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Mark Emery, Partner, Withy King
Helen Murphie, Partner, Royds
Claire Snowdon, Director, Expat Know How
Mark is an employment specialist working with businesses, charities and individuals, providing advice on all HR and employment-related issues and acting on behalf of employers and individuals if disputes reach tribunal or court.
Independent legal directory Chambers and Partners has ranked Mark as an expert employment lawyer for several years, saying:
“Clients affirm their confidence in Mark Emery, who is praised for avoiding legalese and legal jargon.” (2014)
“Interviewees note his prowess on contentious employment cases, praising him as “a tenacious litigator – very clever and creative.” (2015)
Helen has built a reputation for herself in discrimination law following her success in a number of high profile employment cases. Helen joined Royds in 2003 as a trainee solicitor after a change of career from journalism and is now a valued Partner in the Employment Department.
Helen advises on all issues relating to employment law which includes Employment Tribunal claims. Reported cases include John Wooster v Tower Hamlets council, (age discrimination), Julie Pine v Cinven Ltd (disability discrimination).
Claire Snowdon is the Founder and Director of Expat Know How. An associate member of the Association of Relocation Professionals (ARP), she specialises in relocation support for global company expats and their families. Claire has extensive knowledge of living and working abroad having spent twenty years in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Far East. Now back in the UK, she uses her collective expertise to help companies and individuals succeed by minimising the disruption moving can cause.
Proficient in reducing the costly risk of failed relocation and expediting the settling-in process, Claire delivers bespoke relocation training to HR departments, individuals and families. She provides personalised and localised information on all matters including schools, legal affairs, housing, driving and the NHS. Professional, empathetic and approachable, she comes highly recommended.
Is there parking onsite?
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Will refreshments be provided?
Sandwiches, tea and coffee will be available free of charge.
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When & Where
CIPD Thames Valley Branch
Thames Valley Branch is one of the largest CIPD branches in the country with over 4,300 members across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and North Hampshire.
We aim to support, inform and inspire everyone who has an interest in people management in the Thames Valley area. We offer an integrated programme of events throughout the year designed to meet the needs of our members, from students to senior practitioners, which provides opportunities for networking and continuous professional development. We offer specialist events and conferences focusing on specific groups of members and/or key HR and Development topics. We have two Special Interest Groups (SIGs): one for Independent Consultants, and one for members with an interest in Coaching and Mentoring.
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