Employment: Press Cuttings

  1. Employment team grow with arrival of new partner

    Employment team grow with arrival of new partner

    Liz Cotton joins JMW joins from Liverpool firm Cassell Moore, where she was head of employment. Read the full article in The Business Desk. 

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  2. JMW advice ex-Sunderland FC Employee

    JMW advice ex-Sunderland FC Employee

    Ian Tranter, Head of Employment, represented ex-Sunderland FC employee in tribunal against former employer. 

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  3. Employment tribunal win for former City Link staff

    Employment tribunal win for former City Link staff

    Former City Link employees who worked at the Belfast depot have won an Industrial Tribunal claim over the company’s failure to properly consult. Carl Moran represented the group at the tribunal in Northern Ireland. 

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  4. New partner strengthens JMW's employment team

    New partner strengthens JMW's employment team

    Liz Cotton joins JMW to strengthen the employment team. Liz specialises in all areas of employment law and regularly provides advice to clients on severance agreements, discrimination matters, contractual and policy documents, internal disciplinary and grievance hearings, redundancies and TUPE transfers. To read the full article use the link below. 

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  5. Opining: Jen Smith, JMW and co-chair of the pro-manchester retail and ecommerce group

    Opining: Jen Smith, JMW and co-chair of the pro-manchester retail and ecommerce group

    Jen Smith, Employment Associate, spoke to the Manchester Evening News about the rise of e-commerce in Manchester and the need to continue the drive forward. The full article can be found using the link below. 

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  6. Redundant Carcraft workers may take action

    Redundant Carcraft workers may take action

    JMW support former Citylink staff to bring action against former employer. Carl Moran, Partner in JMWs employment team said: "They can become part of a collectve barganing group and seek up to eight week's pay as additional compensation." REad the full story in The Yorkshire Post below. 

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  7. Ex Game Employees Consider Legal action

    April 3rd 2012 

    Employment experts at Manchester law firm JMW are looking at a possible group action against Game Group after being contacted by former employees of the retailer. The group, which trades as Games and Gamestation, went into administration last week leading to 277 store closures and 2,104 redundancies. Across the north west, 39 stores were closed, including 14 in Greater Manchester. Part of the business was bought by turnaround investment firm OpCapita at the weekend, safeguarding around 3,200 jobs. 

     

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