Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
A not-for-profit organisation representing injured people

Principles of negligence in employer’s liability

APIL CPD:
All levels - 1 hour

(Please note that the number of CPD hours may be subject to change)

"Very knowledgeable and an excellent speaker"

This webinar, presented by APIL vice-president Brett Dixon, is part of a 6 webinar series.

Since the introduction of s69 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 in order to be successful in a case a claimant has to prove negligence.

The duties on an employer rely upon an understanding of the principles of negligence and they do differ significantly from the ordinary principles that apply in cases that do not involve employers. In the era of the gig economy being able to identify employment situations and rely upon those duties can win cases.

After this webinar you will understand how those principles work, how to identify employment situations and how to apply them to win cases.

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This webinar is part of a 6 webinar series.  Other webinars in the series include:

Principles of negligence in employer’s liability
Using risk assessment to win cases
Regulations and duties post Enterprise Act
The Six Pack Regulations Part I
The Six Pack Regulations Part II
Vicarious liability in the modern world

We are pleased to be able to offer a SPECIAL OFFER for all six webinars for the low price of
£360 + VAT if the whole series is booked together!

Cost:

1 person: £65 + VAT  |  2 - 6 people: £105 + VAT  |  7 people or more: £160 + VAT


Live or on-demand

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We encourage all attendees to watch the webinar live - this gives people the opportunity to ask questions and participate in polls.

All people registered for the webinar will automatically be emailed details to view the online recording following the webinar, whether you view live or not. Recordings are available to view for up to six months.

Live webinar
22 Mar 2021
14:00 - 15:00

On-demand recording
From 22 Mar 2021 to 22 Sep 2021