About Kathryn

Kathryn joined Lupton Fawcett LLP in January 2018 as a Solicitor in the multi-award winning Employment Law department.She advises employers on a wide range of employment related issues including conduct and capability procedures, redundancy, contracts of employment and service agreements, settlement agreements, sickness absence management and discrimination.

She also regularly assists in advising on the employment aspects of various corporate deals including management buy-outs, company acquisitions and disposals, and the TUPE aspects of asset sales and purchases.

Kathryn has acted for a wide range of clients in various sectors including textiles, manufacturing, education and the motor industry.

When not at work

Kathryn is a keen baker often tasked with producing elaborate birthday and celebration cakes for friends and family. She also enjoys going for long walks in the Dales, over-exerting herself at spinning classes and rewarding herself with a nice glass of prosecco…or two on a weekend.

Professional Societies

  • Law Society
  • Employment Lawyers’ Association

Specialisms

  • Employment contracts
  • Employment policies and procedures
  • Settlement agreements
  • TUPE
  • Redundancy
  • Absence management
  • Disciplinary and grievances
  • Discrimination
  • Performance management

Contact Staff Member

Accreditations / Awards

Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

Permission to carry over holiday entitlement

For many, the holiday year is coming to an end on 31 December. A recent case has helped to clarify the position of carry-over of holidays

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 9th December 2019

Automatic Unfair Dismissal - does there have to be an actual breach of statutory right or is the threat of infringement enough?

Restrictive covenants: can otherwise invalid restrictions be rescued?

A recent case which had ended up at the Supreme Court, contemplated the restrictive covenants put in place by an employer to prevent possible damages

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 29th July 2019

Automatic Unfair Dismissal - does there have to be an actual breach of statutory right or is the threat of infringement enough?

Can a complaint of defamation amount to a protected disclosure?

What is a protected disclosure? The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 protects workers who have made a "qualifying disclosure" against reprisals, such as dismissal or detriment (

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 5th February 2019

Automatic Unfair Dismissal - does there have to be an actual breach of statutory right or is the threat of infringement enough?

Office banter – a defence to harassment?

The phrase "but it was just office banter" is usually a good indication that something offensive, and possibly discriminatory, has been said within the workplace

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 14th December 2018

Flexible working – the death of the 9 to 5 job?

The continuously changing labour market has required businesses to come up with new ways of working, with the focus being on flexibility.

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 19th September 2018

VAT refund for car dealerships

Changes to the taxation of PILON Payments

The government has embarked on a series of reforms to the tax and NICs payable on termination payments with the aim of "clarifying and tightening"

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 23rd March 2018

Automatic Unfair Dismissal - does there have to be an actual breach of statutory right or is the threat of infringement enough?

Working time – compensatory rest breaks

In Crawford v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd, Mr Crawford was a relief cover signalman who worked eight hour shifts.

Pencil iconBy Kathryn Moorhouse on 11th January 2018

2012

Graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a first in Law and a distinction in the Master of Law and Practice

Joined Armitage Sykes Solicitors as a paralegal

Became a trainee solicitor at Armitage Sykes (now Schofield Sweeney)

Qualified as a solicitor into the Employment Department

Joined Lupton Fawcett as a solicitor

Get In Touch Today!

Get In Touch Today!

Please complete this form to make an enquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Remember you can still call us on 0333 323 5292 or email us at law@luptonfawcett.law

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.