Webinar

Taking Aim at Non-Competes

Employment Lawyers Association (UK)/American Bar Association: 7th Transatlantic Conference: The Global Working World - Evolution, Opportunity and Challenge

06 Oct 2021 08:45 a.m. - 09:45 a.m. PDT

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At the 7th Transatlantic Conference, which will be held virtually on 5th and 6th October 2021 from 4:30-7:30 p.m. (UK time), we will bring you insights into some of the key global employment issues we as employment/labour lawyers expect to be grappling with in the months ahead. Using a mix of live panel sessions, interactive networking events and Q&A sessions, we are planning a programme that will cover a variety of key workforce-related topics, including:

  • Opening Plenary Session - Managing the Workforce following the Global Reckoning on Racial Equity
  • Diversity and Inclusion on Boards - a discussion on developments in key jurisdictions across the world
  • The rise of shareholder activism, its impact on executive pay and managing employee risk
  • The modern workplace in the aftermath of Covid
  • Taking aim at non-competes
  • Closing Plenary Session - The return to work – promoting diversity in a hybrid world and the changing culture of the workplace

Eric Akira Tate will be speaking as a panelist in a session entitled “Taking Aim at Non-Competes.”

More information about this event, including the full agenda, can be viewed here: ELA/ABA 7th Transatlantic Conference: The Global Working World - Evolution, Opportunity and Challenge | ELA (elaweb.org.uk)


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