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            Employers Liability & Corporate Manslaughter Seminar

            Would you like support when your insurer is going to pay compensation to your employees when you’ve done nothing wrong? Do you want us to help you stay out of prison? Don’t leave Crisis Management preparation until you have a crisis. If these questions/issues interest you then join us and Towergate Insurance Brokers for a joint seminar focusing on Employers Liability & Corporate Manslaughter.
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            28 January 2020 08:30
            28 January 2020 10:30

            2nd Floor, Central Square
            South Orchard Street
            Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3AZ

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            John Thompson and Julia Davison, DWF - The Enterprise & Regulatory Reform Act 2013. What this means for employers and how the courts are interpreting the new law.

            Paul Matthews, DWF - What happens when things go wrong / Corporate Manslaughter Charges / Crisis Management.

            Simon Broome, Towergate - Claims defensibility and how employers can make small changes to help reduce the number of claims insurers are forced to pay to employees.
            8:30am: Registration / breakfast
            8.55am: Welcome
            9.00am: Session 1
            9.30am: Session 2
            10.00am: Session 3
            10.30am: Q&A/Close  

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