Kate qualified into the Employment department in September 2020 after completing her training at the firm. Kate assists the team in relation to a wide variety of employment matters including both advisory and contentious work.
During her training contract, Kate also gained experience within the following departments: Agriculture & Estates, Insolvency & Corporate Recovery, and Intellectual Property & Technology.
• 2020 – Present: Associate, Howes Percival LLP
• 2018 – 2020: Trainee Solicitor, Howes Percival LLP
• 2017 – 2018: Legal Practice Course (LPC), BPP Leeds
• 2016 – 2017: Paralegal, Howes Percival LLP
• 2015 – 2016: Paralegal, Clapham & Collinge LLP
• 2012 – 2015: Law LLB (Hons), Newcastle University
Compulsory Covid-19 vaccination: Temporary medical exemptions for care home staff
From 15 September 2021, for a temporary period, people working or volunteering in care homes who have a medical reason why they are unable to have the vaccine will be able to self-certify that they meet the medical exemption criteria.
Failure to furlough employee renders redundancy dismissal unfair
Laura Brown, Director in the employment team, comments on the recent Employment Tribunal decision (Mhindurwa v Lovingangels Care Limited) an employee, made redundant almost four months after the COVID-19 outbreak, unfairly dismissed…
Law firm announces wellbeing day for staff
The additional day off is part of a series of initiatives…
Howes Percival advises on sale of Technical Foam Services to Vita Group
Howes Percival has advised on the sale of Corby based…
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