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Live Q&A with Ward Hadaway Law Firm - the wider opening of schools

00:52:00

Jun 15, 2020 02:52 PM

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Ben Hardy
Relationship Manager @Schools North East
Before joining the team at Schools North East in July 2019 as Relationship Manager, Ben spent 5 years supporting schools, Multi-Academy Trusts and Local Authorities across the country for The Key. He also has experience as a school governor at a small special school, chairing the leadership and management committee that oversaw a location move, recruitment of a new headteacher, restructure of the governing body and an Ofsted inspection. Ben is passionate about schools and ensuring that every young person has the best possible opportunities and is looking forward to meeting you all.
Graham Vials
Partner | Employment @Ward Hadaway
Graham specialises in providing commercial advice to predominately employer clients, advising on a full range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters to a variety of private and public sector clients, ranging from owner-managed businesses to large national companies, schools and academies and government departments and local authorities. Graham provides pragmatic and strategic advice in respect of all day to day HR and employment related matters and has expertise in all aspects of employment law, including dealing with disciplinary and performance issues, grievances, discrimination, dismissal, breach of contract, pay and benefits and business restructures. Graham is also a keen advocate and has successfully brought and defended Employment Tribunal claims around the country for a variety of private and public sector clients and individual employees.
Tristan Meears-White
Consultant | Regulatory @Ward Hadaway
Tristan is a specialist commercial regulatory, risk management and compliance lawyer with more than 20 years' experience advising clients across sectors including healthcare. He has been cited as a key individual in both Legal 500 and Chambers over many years and has been named as a “Hall of Fame” lawyer by Legal 500 in its’ 2020 edition. He is commended for his “all-round ability in regulation” and his “pragmatic approach”, “excelling in regulatory compliance” and his “intelligence and acumen to provide relevant advice first time”.