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3rd September, 2019

Tom Gilbart has successfully defended a major law firm against claims that they dismissed a trainee lawyer for whistle-blowing

Manchester Employment Tribunal rejected all claims brought by the Claimant against DWF after a week long hearing.

The judgment can be found HERE.

An example of coverage of the case can be found HERE.

Tom Gilbart receives instructions in all areas of employment law work and his employment CV can be downloaded HERE.



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