A problem or a conflict at work which demands a legal solution can be stressful. But it need not be that way. Whether it's an employer seeking advice on how to part company … Read More ...
What not to do if you are proposing to dismiss an employee | Government announces flexible working changes | Acas publishes updated guidance on sickness absence | An introduction to payment in lieu of notice | Working in hot weather | Ofsted inspector who touched a pupil was unfairly dismissed | Maya Forstater awarded over £100,000 following remedy hearing in gender critical belief discrimination case | Importance of following due process despite very serious allegations against claimant
Automatic unfair dismissal | Statutory minimum notice: an introduction | Neonatal Leave and Protection from Redundancy Bills get Royal Assent | Working in hot weather | Harassment – you cannot be harassed if you were not aware of the conduct in question | The right to be accompanied | BSI introduces a new standard on menopause and menstruation at work | Key facts about redundancies
Continued Expansion for Hunter Law – Introducing our new Senior Associate | Contributory fault in unfair dismissal cases | Dismissal unfair where employer failed to consider furlough as an alternative to redundancy |
EU Law to remain on the statute books unless specifically revoked | An Introduction to Garden Leave | Five things you should know about Statutory Sick Pay | Refusing to pay wages leads to constructive dismissal | The perils of banter | Special considerations when employing young workers | Employee off sick for 15 years claims discrimination for not being given a pay rise
Resignations in the ‘heat of the moment’ | Providing copies of references following an employee request | Shared Parental Leave numbers revealed | Victimisation claim succeeds where primary claim fails |Statutory redundancy pay – some points that the online calculator doesn’t tell you | New ACAS guidance on reasonable adjustments for mental health | 3rd Party harassment – under threat? | Jury service – 5 things you need to know | Ethnicity pay gap recording guidance published | Laughing at an employee who fell over not found to be harassment
Top tips when reviewing employment contracts | How to judge whether misconduct ‘arises from a disability’ | Rate increases | Reflections on the 4 day working week trial | Spring 2023 Budget: Get back to work! | Communicating dismissal in ‘without prejudice’ correspondence | Less favourable treatment of part-time workers | Ramadan – considerations for employers | Teacher forced to leave her job for showing ‘pornography’ to 11 year old pupils
Extra Day Off for the King’s Coronation? | Menopause | Employees Behaving Badly (in employment tribunals) | Managing a Remote Team: Top Tips for Employers | Toilet Trouble | Consultation on Fire and Rehire | Employment Tribunal Delays | How to Manage Redundancies Fairly
Double jeopardy and unfair dismissal | Marriage discrimination | Privacy – WhatsApp messages in tribunal | Disability discrimination – compensation | Knowledge of disability | Consultation on holiday entitlement for part-year/irregular hours workers | Compensation – discrimination – admissibility of evidence | Strike action | Industrial disease – Covid-19
Covid-related Unfair Dismissal | Unfair dismissal | redundancy | DWP rate increases | COT3 agreements | Disability discrimination | Employment status | Compensation – unfair dismissal | Discrimination arising from disability | Exclusivity clauses | Out of Hours Texts
The Hunter Law way
Hunter Law takes a contemporary and practical approach to delivering the right results for corporate clients. All clients are different. There's no 'off the shelf' formulaic … Read More ...
Parting company with an employer and a job is often a simple case of wanting to move on, and take the next step in your career. But sometimes it is more challenging.... If you … Read More ...
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About Hunter Law
The Team Jenna Hunter - Director Jenna Hunter, founder of Hunter Law began her legal career with law firm Kingsford Stacey Blackwell dealing with civil litigation. After … Read More ...
Fees and costs
Hunter Law's fee structure is based on being competitive, affordable and flexible. Where possible, the firm is happy to quote a fixed fee, and also provide an annual retainer … Read More ...
What Clients Say
Corporate Clients Jenna has acted for Lipscomb Cars for a number of years and I have always found her approach to be very supportive and pragmatic. Her advice and understanding … Read More ...