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Past Event
30 October 2008

European Employment Law Workshop

European Employment Law Workshop

Thursday, 30 October 2008
Programme: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Drinks: 5:30 p.m.

Location (View Map)
Mayer Brown International LLP
11 Pilgrim Street
London EC4V 6RW

Thank you to all those who responded to our recent email questionnaire. Our review of your responses suggests that there is great demand for a discussion covering Spain and Italy. We are therefore delighted to invite you to our next workshop covering these jurisdictions which will be held at our London office on Thursday, 30 October.

The workshop will cover key developments in Spanish and Italian employment law. Nicholas Robertson will chair the workshop and there will be two slots of 45 minutes on each country led by the heads of our alliance firms' employment departments in Spain (Ram¢n y Cajal) and Italy (Tonucci & Partners). There will be a 20 minute presentation on each country, followed by a 25 minute slot for a discussion on the issues raised or for you to discuss other issues facing your business. Chris Fisher will facilitate the question and answer sessions and we will be writing to you separately to collate questions relevant to your business in advance of the workshop.

We are aiming to start at 3:30 p.m. and finish by 5:30 p.m. with drinks to follow. We would be grateful if you could let us know if you are able to attend by emailing . In addition if you think any of your colleagues would benefit from this workshop please let us know.

Nicholas Robertson - Mayer Brown, London

Carla Martin - Ram¢n y Cajal
Andrea Patrizi - Tonucci & Partners

Q&A Facilitator
Chris Fisher - Mayer Brown, London

We do hope you can join us.

For those of you who expressed an interest in a workshop covering Hong Kong and China, we intend to run this in early 2009 and will send you an invitation in due course.

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