Clare has experience of working with both employees and employersÂ undertaking both advisory and litigation work across a range of issues, including disciplinaries and grievances, unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing.
She provides assistance to clients over our telephone helpline scheme providing practical advice on a wide range of employment law issues
Clare’s successes include:
- Advising an employer regarding investigating and conducting a disciplinary in respect of a number of allegations of sexual harassment that had been made against an employee
- Successfully defending a claim for race discrimination brought against a care home
- Negotiating a substantial settlement sum for an employee who claimed that his employer had forced him to resign following subjecting him to a campaign of harassment on the grounds of his race and religion
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New police strategy helping to prevent railway suicides
The Independent has reported that British Transport Police (BTP) has introduced a strategy called the Suicide Prevention Plan to combat rising suicide rates on British railways. It is estimated that last year over 300 people...
First Great Western rebranded to become Great Western Railway
Following a massive rebranding exercise, First Great Western have re-adopted the historical name of Great Western Railway (GWR). Three GWR trains have been rebranded and are due to start running shortly and it is estimated...
ScotRail to recruit up to 100 additional train drivers
ScotRail have announced plans to recruit up to 100 trainee drivers at depots across Scotland in order to allow the rail service to expand its timetables and to introduce faster trains. Phil Vestor, ScotRail Alliance’s...
Law Society calls for Employment Tribunal Reforms
The Law Society has this week published a discussion document called “Making Employment Tribunals Work For All”, which proposes a number of ways in which the Employment Tribunal system can be improved to benefit both...