DLC Migrant Case Law Update
Case Law relating to recent Decisions
Time & Location
17 Nov 2021, 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm NZDT
About the Event
The retail liquor industry is identified as the industry with the biggest proportion of exploited migrants
2021 has also seen the most significant case law changes in suitability as it relates to employment practices in the last 5 years.
DLC’s can expect that they will be expected to grapple with cases involved in migrant exploitation. This training will help DLC members to get up to speed with current case law, the role of the labour inspector and learn the tell-tale signs of exploitation.
During this session, you will hear from the lead investigator from Labour Inspectorate Loua Ward.
Presented by Karyn South a partner at Raymond Donnelly & Co, Office of the Crown Solicitor for Christchurch.
Karyn is a regulatory and criminal prosecutor who frequently conducts complex trials in the District and High Courts relating to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
District Licensing Committees (DLC's) exercise an important role in their communities. These workshops provide an opportunity to up-skill in a supportive environment and to share and learn with peers and colleagues.
Webinars are free and we encourage all DLC members, DLC secretaries and hearing staff to attend.
Please note, this webinar:
- is not relevant or appropriate for Licensing Inspectors
- will not be recorded
This is confirmation of your registration to the webinar event. Your webinar login will be sent by email 3 days before the event.