85 Fleet Street
London EC4Y 1AE
Angharad is a Solicitor in our Employment and Immigration team, advising employees and employers across a broad spectrum of organisations and industries.
Her clients range from European branches of international corporate entities, large NHS Trusts, private healthcare operators, charities, start-up companies and individuals working in finance and banking, law, retail, hospitality, healthcare and various other services industries.
Angharad advises claimants in relation to sex and race and discrimination claims, whistleblowing claims, grievance and disciplinary investigations, defending a pregnancy discrimination claim and advising on settlement agreements. She also directly assists the Head of Department with Tribunal claims, wrongful and unfair dismissal claims, redundancy and various employment status matters, including IR35 tax claims, as well as drafting contracts of employment and policies.
She has spearheaded our firm’s immigration offering to individuals to assist with their applications under the UK’s settlement scheme for EEA nationals wishing to remain in the UK post-Brexit.
Angharad’s key cases include:
- A large IR35 tax appeal against HMRC on behalf of joint appellants from the entertainment industry. This case is likely to set a key precedent in this line of case law and have a significant impact on broader employment status matters.
- Leading on our firm’s first claim in the First Tier Health, Education and Social Care (Special Education Needs) Tribunal defending an education institution in a case of alleged disability discrimination against a child.
- Supporting an international corporate client with Tier 2 visa applications and extensions, and regarding re-entry under Indefinite Leave to Remain.
London Young Lawyers Group
- HIV Discrimination: Advice for employees and employers
27 September 2019 | Employment
- Can going through the menopause give rise to claims in discrimination?
29 July 2019 | Employment
- Egon Zehnder case
8 July 2019 | Employment
- Whistleblowing and the importance of good investigations
13 March 2019 | Corporate | Employment
- EU Settlement Scheme – Who needs to apply and how?
7 February 2019 | Employment | Immigration | Tax and private client
- Honesty is the best policy, at least when it comes to a claim for victimisation!
5 September 2018 | Employment | Healthcare | Primary care
- Care home briefing 182 – Refused: An application to increase the number of places for people with learning disabilities
3 September 2018 | Care homes
- Taking the pulse of employment status in the ‘gig economy’
6 June 2018 | Employment
- UK Annual Report on Modern Slavery
9 November 2017 | Corporate | Employment
- Modern Slavery Act – Reforming the referral system for victims
27 October 2017 | Corporate | Employment
- Modern Slavery Act – Updated guidance on reporting for businesses
20 October 2017 | Corporate
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – How will it work?
28 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – Economics and customs issues
26 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – Preserving the Common Travel Area
22 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – The impact of Brexit
21 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – Recent political events in Northern Ireland
20 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – Current immigration law between the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK
19 August 2017 | Immigration
- Brexit and Northern Ireland – A brief history
18 August 2017 | Immigration
- Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service launch: A further step in the harmonisation of healthcare regulators
12 May 2017 | Healthcare | Primary care
- Care home briefing 167 – Is the Court of Protection’s role limited by the availability of care options?
30 March 2017 | Care homes