Employment Bulletin

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In the latest Employment Bulletin from Richard Gvero and Miranda Mulligan, you can read articles about:

  • Consultation on holiday entitlement for part-year/irregular hours workers: holiday entitlement and the changes to come
  • Compensation – discrimination: a case examining admissible evidence in an unfair dismissal tribunal
  • Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill: what is it and what does it mean for a variety of industries
  • Industrial disease – Covid-19: following a recent case finding Covid-19 an industrial disease, employers may be worried.

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About the Longmores Employment team

The team is led by Joint Senior Partner Richard Gvero who is closely supported by Associate Solicitor Miranda Mulligan. They have been consistently ranked in the leading legal directory, The Legal 500, both as a team and individually.  They are also members of the Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) and accredited mediators.

Testimonials

“Richard Gvero’s a heavy-hitter with a deep understanding of employment law, always prepared to adopt new and innovative approaches. He’s a tough negotiator and is determined to push his client’s interests. I’ve worked with Richard in recent years on a number of team moves, injunctions, whistleblowing and furlough related matters. Highly recommended.” The Legal 500 2023

“We have been assisted by Miranda Mulligan on many occasions and she has always provided insightful and focused advice on the issue we’ve needed help with. She has been prepared to go ‘above and beyond’ to ensure a successful outcome.” The Legal 500 2023