About Sabrina

Sabrina qualified as a solicitor  in 2020 and joined Lupton Fawcett’s multi-award winning employment law team in September 2020.   She advises employers and employees on a wide range of employment issues including contracts of employment, service agreements, settlement agreements, sickness absence management, conduct and capability procedures and discrimination.

Sabrina has acted for a wide range of clients in various sectors including manufacturing, education, property, charities and engineering.

Specialisms:

  • Employment contracts
  • Employment policies and procedures
  • Settlement Agreements
  • TUPE
  • Redundancy
  • Absence management
  • Disciplinary and grievances
  • Discrimination
  • Performance Management
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Wrongful Dismissal

Professional Societies

  • Law Society

When not at work

Sabrina enjoys socialising with friends and family and is a keen fan of music, fashion and reading.

 

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Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

Working from home will become the new norm for many businesses

Here are some important issues that employers must consider.

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 21st June 2021

Is posting on Facebook deemed to be during the ‘course of employment’?

Employers beware – health and safety detriment protection has now been extended to workers

Workers, rather than just employees, now have the benefit of an extension of the law which also protects them.

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 1st June 2021

Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

Fasting in the workplace and how employers can support employees during Ramadan

As it is now Ramadan, many Muslims will be fasting from sunrise to sunset each day for one lunar month

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 22nd April 2021

Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

End of the £95,000 cap on public sector exit payments

On 4 November 2020, The Restriction of Public Sector Exit Payments Regulations 2020 SI 2020/1122 (Regulations), implemented a cap of £95,000 on exit payments for public sector authorities as well

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 26th February 2021

Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

Landmark decision – Non-binary and gender fluid individuals are protected under the Equality Act 2010

In the landmark case of Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover, it was unanimously held that non-binary and gender fluid individuals are protected under the Equality

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 10th December 2020

Secret CCTV and the right to privacy

Age discrimination

Age discrimination cannot be justified if the sole reason is to save costs. But can it be justified when coupled with another reason?

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 17th November 2020

Force Majeure

New Jobs Support Scheme and Important New Coronavirus Regulations

Last Thursday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the creation of a New Job Support scheme which will come into place after the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Pencil iconBy Sabrina Rahman on 28th September 2020

Thank you for all your help (Sabrina Rahman) with this case. You really have been so friendly and patient with me taking on this big decision in my life, making sure I understood and that it was all covered.

Miss E

‘… thank you for all your help (Sabrina) with this matter, you have been the best and I don’t know what I would have done without you.’

Mr S

2017

Graduated from University of Sheffield with a degree in Law

Completed the Legal Practice Course at University of Sheffield

Undertook a two year training contract

Qualified as a solicitor

Joined Lupton Fawcett LLP

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