Food and Drink Sector Spring Breakfast Seminar – Postponed

9th March 2020

Update –  Monday 9th March 2020
Given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to postpone this event. Attendees who had booked a place have been emailed regarding the event postponement. We will publish details of the new date as soon as it is confirmed and in the meantime, hope to release a webinar on the topic soon.  We will circulate details of this to our email newsletter subscribers. 



Date: Wednesday 11th March 2020
Times: Breakfast from 8.15am, seminar from 8.45am, close at 10am
Location: Epiphany House, Truro, TR1 3DR
Parking: Free parking is available at the venue
Booking via Eventbrite: Click here to book

Melanie Rowe, our employment law specialist, will speak on the topic of workforce terms and conditions and take a look at the pros and cons of the different kinds of contractual arrangements including the gig economy model, as well as considering commonly encountered issues such as: Should overtime be taken into account when determining holiday pay, can you require your workforce to work on Christmas day and what is the current legal position surrounding tips? 

Jenny Harbord, Partner at Murrell Associates and commercial property specialist, will discuss key leasehold terms for landlords and tenants to consider in the food and drink sector.

Rebecca Anforth who specialises in brand protection and intellectual property will take a session on commercial contracts in the food and drink sector.  This session will include a discussion on ensuring contractual certainty in an uncertain economic climate, extending supply chains and entering distribution agreements.  

Book your place
Places for this free event can be reserved via eventbrite.