About Wendo

Wendo is currently a Trainee Solicitor within the multi-award winning Employment department at Lupton Fawcett. After studying Psychology at the University of Essex, Wendo completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP University in 2014 and worked as a Legal Assistant at Plexus Law.

Wendo joined Lupton Fawcett in 2016 and completed her Masters in Law and Practice at BBP University in 2018. Following that, she joined the Regulatory and Corporate Defence department in March 2019 where she assisted the team with defending individual and corporate clients facing criminal, fraud and regulatory investigations/prosecutions before commencing her training contract in 2020.  Wendo’s current seat is in Family Law.

When not at work

Wendo enjoys socialising with friends and has recently taken up baking as a hobby. She is hoping to take part in the next Great British Bake Off! She also enjoys reading and the occasional quiz.

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Sharp rise in multiple cases being brought to the Employment Tribunal

The Employment Tribunal has seen a significant increase in multiple cases being brought compared to figures from 2019.

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 19th March 2021

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“Fair Dismissal” says Employment Tribunal for employee who refused to wear a face mask

The Employment Tribunal did not uphold an unfair dismissal claim brought by an employee who was dismissed by their employer after refusing to wear a

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 3rd March 2021

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Would a further suspension of Gender Pay Gap reporting this year save a potential PR disaster for many companies?

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 12th February 2021

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Treating one group of disabled employees less favourably than another group

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in VL v Szpital Kliniczny recently held that where an employer treated one group of disabled workers less favourably

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 5th February 2021

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Covid-19: Updated Government Advice for Pregnant Employees

In collaboration with HSE, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCOM), the Government has updated the advice

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 13th January 2021

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Vaccinations against Covid-19

Could a requirement by employers for employees to vaccinate against Covid-19 lead to an increase in discrimination claims?

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 7th December 2020

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Furlough extended until March 2021

On the 5 November 2020 Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a further extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) until March 2021.

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 5th November 2020

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended until December

On the 31 October 2020, Boris Johnson announced that a nationwide lockdown will be put in place as of 5 November 2020. As a result of this, the Coronavirus

Pencil iconBy Wendo Chimimba on 2nd November 2020

2009

Graduated from the University of Essex with a Psychology degree

Completed the Graduate Diploma at BPP University

Secured a position at Lupton Fawcett LLP

Commenced the Legal Practice Course at BPP University

Completed the Legal Practice Course and commenced a training contract at Lupton Fawcett LLP

Joined the Regulatory and Corporate Defence department in York

Commenced her Training Contract

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