Employment & Equality

Amelia has appeared in a number of Equality Act claims in the county courts. She has particular experience in representing service providers, including NHS Trusts, government departments and other public bodies, in Equality Act claims

Amelia began her employment law practice by representing clients on a pro bono basis with FRU in the Employment Tribunals. Since then she has been involved in increasingly complex cases and has recently been instructed in a number of cases by the Government Legal Department as a junior to more senior employment law practitioners across a wide range of Chambers.

Recent cases Amelia has been involved in include:

  • A case involving a claim of disability discrimination and failure to make reasonable adjustments arising from a number of medical conditions which was pleaded at over £1 million.
  • A matter which pleaded perceived disability discrimination where the Tribunal found that although there was a perception that the Claimant was a disabled person by reason of autism, there were reasonable non-discriminatory reasons for the dismissal.
  • An individual who was dismissed whilst abroad and on furlough during the Covid-19 pandemic which has given rise to a claim for unfair dismissal, race discrimination and victimisation.

Amelia has experience in representing and advising clients in employment disputes raising the following issues:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Unlawful Deduction of Wages
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Discrimination
  • Failure to make reasonable adjustments
  • Victimisation
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