Forthcoming webinar: Calculating holiday entitlement in light of Brazel (2020)

Forthcoming webinar: Calculating holiday entitlement in light of Brazel (2020)

In the case of The Harper Trust v Brazel [2019], the Court of Appeal ruled that holiday pay for permanent staff who work only part of the year (i.e. teachers working during the school term) ought to be calculated using their earning over a 12-week period as opposed to being calculated pro-rata. In this webinar, our expert speakers discuss Brazel and the implications this case has on employers calculating holiday entitlement.

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Mark Hamilton, Partner, Dentons

Mark is a partner in Dentons' Employment and Labor practice. He has specialised in employment law since 1995. He advises on all aspects of employment law including Executive contracts and severances, TUPE transfers, collective employee relations, large restructuring and redundancy programmes, negotiation, and termination of contracts and unfair dismissals. He is recognized as having both top-class technical legal knowledge and an extremely pragmatic approach whether he is providing strategic advice or guiding clients through a complex dispute. He has nurtured long-standing relationships with a number of significant clients of the Firm in a wide variety of sectors, both public and private, with a particular focus on the Food & Beverage and Finance sectors. 

Mark combines his employment law practice with an ever-growing practice in employment-related pensions advice such as steering clients through updating their pension scheme’s governing documentation and advising and negotiating pensions claims. He also advises on pensions aspects of TUPE transfers, severance arrangements, and public sector outsourcing arrangements. Mark has advised on many different restructuring arrangements, including several in the public sector which involved voluntary severance arrangements and enhanced benefits under public sector pension schemes (such as the LGPS and Scottish Teachers Superannuation Scheme).


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