Healys Employment and Immigration experts are holding a seminar on the possible impact of recent changes to the Immigration rules and Brexit.
Date: Wednesday 02 November 2016
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Venue: Healys LLP, Atrium Court, 15-17 Jockeys Fields, London, WC1R 4QR
This will be a hugely beneficial discussion to understand as an employer of overseas nationals and those from the EEA changes to the Immigration rules and employer liability, as well as the possible outcomes to Brexit and what you can do to prepare to protect your business.
Our experts will cover:
- Brexit Update
- Immigration/Employment Law & Practice Update
- Dovetail v Conflict – The link between Immigration and Employment
- A strategic approach
Places are limited. To reserve a place please contact Jon Budge on 020 7822 4151or email email@example.com.
Allison Grant – Head of Employment, London
Allison is a highly effective employment lawyer. Her practice consists of a wide commercial and corporate interest, national and international. Allison puts her energy into providing a pro active approach to best practice for people management, promotes high standards for the good of the business and the people who work in the business. Clients benefit from strong technical expertise coupled with ‘down to earth’ guidance. Pragmatic, effective and result driven solutions provided to all Human Resource issues and operational needs. Allison has worked in the City and Chancery Lane areas throughout her career, and joined Healys in 2015.
Meghan Vozila – Head of Immigration, London
Meghan specialises in all aspects of UK economic/business immigration and nationality law as well as complex European free movement applications. She represents a wide range of employers and sectors; from small start ups to multinational organisations. Meghan has been working in corporate immigration for over 8 years, initially training with Laura Devine Solicitors before working with Mishcon de Reya’s immigration team and then with Sturtivant & Co, West End. She joined Healys in 2015.