Hilary Larter

Consultant

Leeds

Hilary specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment law, and has particular experience advising in relation to complex discrimination claims and matters. She is a member of our Equality & Discrimination Unit and has successfully represented a client in the European Court of Human Rights.
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    Hilary specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment law, and has particular experience advising in relation to complex discrimination claims and matters. She is a member of our Equality & Discrimination Unit and has successfully represented a client in the European Court of Human Rights.

    She is also a member of our Doctors & Dentists Unit and regularly advises clients on internal issues concerning practitioners, as well representing clients in a number of high profile court claims.

    Also, Hilary advises on senior executive, directors and consultant doctor issues including contracts, severance agreements and disciplinary matters.

    Clients include a number of NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation trusts, universities and a number of corporate clients.

    Hilary is a regular speaker at external events and has spoken at a series of seminars for NHS Employers on doctor's disciplinary matters.

     

Sector Expertise
  • NHS

Service Expertise
  • Employment

Office Location

Leeds Skyline

Leeds

  • St Pauls House
  • 23 Park Square South
  • Leeds, LS1 2ND

+44 (0) 113 251 4700

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Constructive dismissal: Decision to divest Clinical Director of responsibilities and create new role was not permitted by contract and a repudiatory breach

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Disability discrimination: Employer did not have knowledge of a former employee's Asperger's syndrome from his former employment

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Employment Matters – June 2024

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Legislative changes: Legislation passed ahead of Parliament's dissolution

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Sexual harassment/culture: HM Treasury, PRA and FCA have responded to the Treasury Committee's recommendations set out in its Sexism in the City Inquiry report

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Worker status: A volunteer can be a worker when attending activities for which they were entitled to remuneration

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Discrimination: Tribunal right to reject race discrimination claim despite wrong approach to burden of proof

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Dismissal: Fair dismissal arising from a breakdown in working relationships, despite absence of a written warning and offer of appeal

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Employment Matters – May 2024

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Holiday pay: EAT provides further details on what to include in statutory holiday pay and how to approach a "series of deductions"