A leading set specialising in commercial, construction, insurance and property law
17 Oct 2019, 17:30 - 19:30
Hardwicke, Hardwicke Building, New Square, Lincoln's Inn,London , WC2A 3SB
This seminar will explore the contours of the so-called rule in Said v Butt so as to consider how far and in what circumstances employees might be able to seek redress directly against their employer’s officers, taking as a starting point the decision of Lane J in Antuzis v DJ Houghton Catching Services Ltd  EWHC 843 (QB);  Bus LR 1558.
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Antuzis v DJ Houghton: its context, what it decided and what it means.
18:15: The employment law ramifications of Antuzis v DJ Houghton
Looking at the wider implications (including considering issues in relation to migrant workers and what other statutory rights might come within the ambit of this decision – e.g. discrimination).
18:45: Company law and Insolvency law implications of Antuzis v DJ Houghton:
Exploring the wider consequences of this decision in the context of company law disputes and insolvency (including s 212 of IA and CDDA proceedings).
19:15: Q&A and panel discussion:
Where we are headed and what all this might mean in the future (including what limits might be imposed to prevent floodgates).
Followed by drinks, canapés and networking.