3PB Employment Barrister Thomas O'Donohoe addresses Employment Law Update Seminar at London's NLC
20th July 2016
Thomas O’Donohoe appeared as one of a team of speakers from Chambers’ Employment Law Group at a seminar on current employment law topics presented by the group to professional clients at the National Liberal Club in London. Thomas addressed the topic of recent developments in the law on reasonable adjustments.
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