There ain’t no such thing as a zero-hours employment contract: content, structure and termination
Date 18/03/2015
Speaker David Cabrelli (Senior Lecturer, Edinburgh University)
Seminar Details This talk will centre around the issue that most zero-hours contracts will not constitute employment contracts. As such, the nature of the common law and statutory obligations imposed on the zero-hours contract worker and the ‘employer’ is a bit of a black hole, as are the rules relating to termination of that contract.

David Cabrelli is a Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law at the University of Edinburgh, Prior to his appointment as a lecturer, he was a solicitor in private practice specialising in commercial, corporate and employment law. He now teaches and researches in the fields of employment, labour, company and commercial law and has published ‘Employment Law in Context’ with OUP as well as various revision guides on employment law. David’s written work on employment law has been cited with approval by the UK Supreme Court, The Hong Kong High Court and the Supreme Court of Australia.
Seminar Time 1pm-2pm (registration from 12.45pm)
Booking Fee £35 for members; £50 for non-members (trainees - £15 and £25 respectively)
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