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Lucinda is an associate in our employment team. She has a wide range of experience in employment law, including employment tribunal claims, advising on grievance and disciplinary procedures and strategic advice. Lucinda is recognised by clients for her enthusiasm and straightforward approach.
Having completed her training contract with Browne Jacobson and qualifying in 2020, Lucinda has gained a wealth of experience in employment matters. Lucinda’s clients include a range of corporates, academy trusts and insurers. She is able to provide advice at any stage in the employment relationship, be that recruitment, changes to terms and conditions, disciplinaries or employment tribunal claims. Lucinda is also instructed on transactional employment issues, including corporate due diligence, TUPE and reorganisations.
Lucinda frequently comments on interesting and novel employment law issues within our legal updates.
Complex investigation into serious allegations
Working with the client to ensure a detailed and thorough investigation took place, following serious allegations made between employees. Including advice regarding support for both parties, and legal issues as these arose.
Unfair Dismissal - Redundancy Advice
Working with a client to successfully defend an unfair dismissal claim arising out of a redundancy exercise.
Contract and Handbook review and update
Assisting a client to refresh their employment contracts and policies, including advising on family-friendly policies and best practice.
Complex holiday pay claims
Working with a health client on complex holiday pay claims, brought by multiple claimants, resulting in a favorable settlement and advice on holiday pay moving forward.
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Gender Identity v Gender Beliefs
We have seen a flurry of recent EAT and ET decisions demonstrating the difficulty that employers face in trying to balance different protected characteristics in the workplace. In this article, Lucinda Chaplin and Will Carter, associates in our employment team, explore the principles from these recent cases, and the workplace implications of them.