Redundancies linked with maternity leave

At the end of October, a headline in the legal press caught my eye because it involved the firm Dentons, which happens to be the world’s biggest law firm but obviously also shares my name, albeit it was in the news for all the wrong reasons.  They are about to be...

Workplace environment

From time-to-time employees will make claims that something about their work environment places them at risk compared to everybody else, because of their own particular medical needs.  This might be someone who finds the particular temperature a problem, the lighting,...

Employee trend in disability discrimination cases

Under s15 of the Equality Act 2010, an employee argues that their employer treats them unfavourably because of ‘something’ arising in consequence of their disability and argues that the employer cannot show that treatment is a proportionate means of achieving a...

ICO serves first ever GDPR notice

The Information Commissioner has issued its first enforcement notice under the GDPR.  Unsurprisingly it’s to a company called AggregateIQ Data Services Limited, which is actually a Canadian company in connection with what went on with Cambridge Analytica and...

Client feedback

“Anna was great to have on side throughout what was a difficult and stressful process – I’m so grateful that she agreed to act for me.”

Chambers and Partners 2019 write-up

Anna Denton-Jones of Refreshing Law Limited acts for employers and employees on a broad range of employment issues and is regularly sought after for her expertise in TUPE and discrimination matters. Sources say: “She is a very competent lawyer who knows the law...

Client Feedback

“I really can’t think of anything to improve. Anna was incredible throughout, she listened, she advised and above all made me feel confident when approaching hard meetings. Thank you.”

The Times Best Law Firms 2019

Refreshing Law Ltd has been voted one of the top 200 legal practices in England and Wales by The Times.  Anna has recorded a video to say “thank you”!  Please click here to watch the video. If you wish to read the full article, the link to The Times...