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Partner and Solicitor

Stephen Jennings

“I take pride in providing swift, clear and above all practical advice. I enjoy working in partnership with my clients to help them understand what can be realistically achieved and how best to go about this. You can rely on me to give forthright advice that puts you in the best position to understand your options and make the most of them.”

Stephen is an employment lawyer and general commercial litigator with many years of experience in the firm’s Litigation & Employment team. He takes a pragmatic approach to guiding clients away from potential pitfalls and particularly values building up durable long-term relationships with clients.

Stephen is a frequent speaker at employment seminars across the South West and beyond,  and is the relationship manager for many of the firm’s employment clients. Outside of the firm, Stephen volunteers as a trustee of a local charity working with adults with learning disabilities.

Stephen has also been recognised in the Legal 500 2017 legal directory in which they describe Stephen as “a calming influence.”

In the 2018 edition, they describe Stephen as having the ‘ability to interpret and apply the theory to the practice within the industry’

Stephen qualified as a solicitor in 2002.

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Testimonials

“Just a quick email to thank you for your help and guidance with my case - Stephen Jennings was SUPER efficient and helpful.
The case has now been settled and I am relieved that this issue is no longer hanging over me. I have learnt many lessons over the last six months.”

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Sleep-in shifts and minimum wage

Posted on 19th March 2021 in Employment

The Supreme Court has now issued its much anticipated Judgment in the case of Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake, which was delayed by the death of one of the Justices. The case concerned how the national minimum wage (NMW) should be calculated for workers who work sleep-in shifts.

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Stephen Jennings

Partner and Solicitor
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Changes to Minimum wage and National Living Wage

Posted on 09th March 2021 in Employment

Minimum wage increases come into force from 1st April each year and this year is no exception, with the latest rates also being announced in the 2021 Budget. If you have not already done so, now is the time to check you have the appropriate pay adjustments in hand.

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Stephen Jennings

Partner and Solicitor