Part I: Impact of the new Directive 


In advance of the new EU Whistleblowing Directive coming into force in December 2021, we are delighted to invite you to a three part series of virtual roundtables taking a deep dive into the world of whistleblowing across the EU. 

Join our employment partners from London, Hamburg, and Paris as they explore the impact of the new EU Whistleblowing Directive, covering:

  • existing rules and processes
  • the existing legal landscape and potential challenges to the Directive
  • the ability of businesses to align their whistleblowing polices and processes across jurisdictions

You will gain a practical insight into how the Directive will impact practice in the three jurisdictions and the extent to which internal policies and procedures spanning different jurisdictions will need to differ to accommodate the wider legal landscape.

Event details

17 November 2021

12:00 – 13:00 GMT / 13:00 – 14:00 CET

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Part II: Whistleblowing investigations

In part II of our whistleblowing deep dive programme, to be held in early 2022, we will look at whistleblowing investigations in the UK, France and Germany, key restrictions on those processes including data protection, and strategic tips to consider in undertaking these investigations.

Part III: Employee exit and other consequences

We will look at managing exits and other employment consequences which may arise from a whistleblowing investigation across multiple jurisdictions and minimising the disruption to business.

Speakers

Richard Yeomans

Richard Yeomans

Partner, Employment
London, UK

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Sarah Delon-Bouquet

Sarah Delon-Bouquet

Counsel, Employment
France

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Martin Lüderitz

Dr. Martin Lüderitz

Partner, Employment
Germany

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Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

Partner, Global Investigations
London

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