About Caitlin

Caitlin currently works as a trainee solicitor in the employment department after joining Lupton Fawcett at the start of October 2021.

Caitlin grew up in Huddersfield, then moved to Liverpool in 2017 where she studied law at the University of Liverpool. Caitlin graduated during the pandemic with a 1st class honours degree. Following this, Caitlin then began the Legal Practice Course coupled with a Masters in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law, Manchester where she achieved a Distinction.

When not at work

When not at work, Caitlin enjoys keeping active attending spin classes, boxing and running, having completed her first London Marathon in 2021 Caitlin raised over £2,000 for charity. She also enjoys travelling as much as possible, with Iceland and Jamaica on her bucket list.  Any spare time Caitlin spends with family and friends – growing up with 4 sisters means she is never without anything to do!

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Employment Law Update: Increase in statutory redundancy pay limit and maximum compensatory award

As of 6th April 2022, The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2022 will come into force.

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Employer wins case against employee raising Covid discrimination

A worker who refused to go to work due to a fear of catching Covid-19 has had his case dismissed in the Manchester Employment Tribunal.

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The key employment law changes expected in 2022

With the COVID-19 pandemic causing many of the anticipated changes to employment law in 2021 to be postponed, 2022 is expected to see a number of legislative

Pencil iconBy Caitlin Humble on 7th January 2022

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Menopause matters in the workplace

With menopause-related tribunal cases on the rise, employers need to carefully consider the issue of the effects of the menopause in the workplace and provide

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Flexible working requests – handle with care

Employers need to take care in their response to flexible working requests to prevent successful discrimination claims from their employees

Pencil iconBy Caitlin Humble on 23rd November 2021

ICO provides clarification on Data Protection principles in light of Covid-19

What are the key considerations for care home employers following the introduction of mandatory vaccinations in care homes?

From 11th November 2021, following new regulations, all regulated care homes in England must ensure that all staff, unless exempt, are fully vaccinated against Covid19.

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What are the key employment-related implications of the Autumn 2021 Budget?

On 27th October 2021, the Chancellor delivered the much anticipated Autumn 2021 Budget. Within it, were several employment-related announcements and implications that will be of interest to

Pencil iconBy Caitlin Humble on 29th October 2021

2020

Graduated from the University of Liverpool with a 1st in Law

Graduated from the University of Law with a Distinction in Legal Practice and MSc in Law, Business and Management

Joined Lupton Fawcett's Employment Department as a Paralegal

Started her training contract at Lupton Fawcett

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