Lewis Silkin
We have two things at our core: people – both ours and yours - and a focus on creativity, technology and innovation. Whether you are a fast growth start up or a large multinational business, we help you realise the potential in your people and navigate your strategic HR and legal issues, both nationally and internationally. Our award-winning employment team is one of the largest in the UK, with dedicated specialists in all areas of employment law and a track record of leading precedent setting cases on issues of the day. The team’s breadth of expertise is unrivalled and includes HR consultants as well as experts across specialisms including employment, immigration, data, tax and reward, health and safety, reputation management, dispute resolution, corporate and workplace environment.
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27 Feb 2024 Webinar: London UK

In Lewis Silkin’s next Pro Bono Skills Academy, we will be focussing on crypto. As we move into 2024, charities and non-profits will no doubt be looking for new and innovative ways to engage with and retain donors.

If you are considering exploring cryptocurrency, then we invite you to join us for our ‘Introduction to Crypto’ session where we will take a look at what is actually involved in crypto and the key risks to watch out for.

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29 Feb 2024 Webinar: London UK

This webinar will explore the increase in workplace conflicts and the changing expectations of a multi-generational workforce.

The last few years have seen businesses strive to adapt to the ever-changing expectations of their employees. Employers are increasingly expected to take a position on key issues like diversity, political conflict and polarised discussions over cultural and religious beliefs and opinions affecting their workforce.

The increasing use of technology bringing our offices into our living rooms and the opportunities for expression on social media all serve to blur the line between our private and our work life, leaving employers with the unenviable job of trying to maintain appropriate standards of behaviour and manage resulting conflict.

In this webinar, we will explore this increase in workplace conflicts and the changing expectations of a multi-generational workforce and will consider how mediation and facilitated conversations can support businesses.

18 Mar 2024 Course: London UK

Join us for our first Employment Law Academy of 2024, held in our London offices.

Our Employment Law Academy is designed for junior and mid-level HR professionals, HR Directors who are new to the UK and Heads of Legal who are new to employment matters.

This two day course enables you to increase your knowledge and focus on key areas of employment law in depth. Delivered in a practical and engaging way, we use real examples, filmed case studies and group discussion to bring the issues to life. Please note you must attend both dates.

This session will cover:

  • Working status
  • Contractual matters
  • Discrimination
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Performance management
  • Redundancies
  • Handling disciplinaries
  • Handling difficult conversations
  • Absence management and disability
  • Handling grievances
  • Tribunal procedure overview and course wrap up
21 Mar 2024 Webinar: London UK

There is plenty to discuss in our regular round-up of the latest developments in employment law.

We already have new rules on calculation of holiday entitlement and pay, and some unexpected changes to discrimination rights under the Equality Act. From April, extended redundancy protection during family-related leave comes into force, as does the right to carer’s leave and new rules on flexible working. We also now have more detail on various rights due to come in later, including the new duty to prevent sexual harassment. Significant recent cases include rulings on holiday pay, worker status and the requirements for a fair redundancy consultation.

Join us for an update on all these developments together with any other up-to-the-minute news.

21 Mar 2024 Panel: London UK

Join us for our second event of our Creative Economy Series hosted by Phil Hughes: The Future is Talent Tech. This event will focus on the intersection of talent, technology and the creator economy.

Our experts will discuss:

  • What the future of tech looks like in the context of the creator economy
  • The Key to Successful Tech
  • Data in the Creator Economy – Is this the biggest, wasted opportunity in talent?
  • Potential intellectual property pitfalls

Following this panel discussion, there will be drinks and nibbles with a chance to network with peers in the industry.

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03 Apr 2024 Summit: Washington, DC United States

Lewis Silkin will be attending IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2024 in Washington, DC on 3 – 4 April.

25 Apr 2024 Panel: London UK

Join us for the third event in our Creator Economy Series hosted by Phil Hughes: The Role of Brands in the New Creator Economy.

Our expert panel will discuss how and why brands are increasingly acting more like talent. As social platforms develop, more and more brands are creating personality-driven campaigns to engage and connect on a deeper level with their audience, and creating editorially focussed content in multiple mediums. Our industry experts will discuss this concept, pitfalls and the value it brings to brands leveraging the power of social media.

Following this panel discussion, there will be drinks and nibbles with a chance to network with peers in the industry.

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15 May 2024 Panel: London UK

Join us for our fourth event of our Creative Economy Series hosted by Phil Hughes: The inevitable Death of Gate Keepers and what it Means for the Creator Economy.

The rise of social platforms has played a pivotal role in reshaping the landscape of content and product creation. Our experts will delve into the boom of the creator economy, looking at the evolution of social media and what the next phase may hold for creators in terms of opportunity, funding and distribution.

The death of gatekeepers is characterised by a shift in power from centralised authorities to individual creators and users. Social platforms have played a pivotal role in this transformation, empowering individuals to share their voices, creativity, and expertise on a global scale and social commerce is changing the game again. These individuals own their audience, platforms and rights and it is creating a shift in what investment into many start-ups looks like.

18 May 2025 Annual Meeting: Atlanta United States

Lewis Silkin will be attending the International Trade Mark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting on 18 May – 22 May 2024.

If you would like to meet up, please let us know here.

You can also view our team and contact details here.

We look forward to seeing you!

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