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Joanna Parry

“After working in litigation and dispute resolution for several years, I really sympathise with any client who is involved in a dispute and has to take legal advice. I know just how daunting and difficult it can be. I also know how important it is to manage the issues quickly and efficiently and that is why I give clear, practical advice and try to identify all the available options. Prompt action is often the best way to avoid a full blown legal dispute but if that cannot be avoided then I can help you find the best solution.”

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A Lesson for Employers – Suspension in Disciplinary Proceedings

Posted on 11th March 2019 in Employment

You may remember that we reported on the case Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth where the High Court held that the suspension of a teacher to allow for a misconduct investigation was not a neutral act and amounted to a breach of the implied term of mutual trust and confidence. This case was appealed to the Court of Appeal which has overturned the decision.

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