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Tel:
Work 01522 888555
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Fax 01522 888556
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700678 NORTH HYKEHAM-2
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www.langleys.com
Lincoln, York

Kate Hindmarch

Tel:
Work 01522 508815
Email:
Langleys Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Kate (employment partner) has broad experience of all areas of employment law, having run her own specialist law firm prior to joining Langleys. She is an experienced tribunal advocate and regularly presents seminars on employment issues. Kate also heads up the Firm’s education offering specialising in advising Schools, Colleges and Academies. Kate sits as a part-time Employment Tribunal judge in Birmingham.

Career

Trained Sills & Betteridge; qualified 1995; ran own employment law advice company Hindmarch Banks Associates in Newark; partner Langleys 2005 to date.

Member

Employment Lawyers Association.

Education

Ripon Grammar School; University of Nottingham (LLB 2(1)); Nottingham Law School.


East Midlands: Human resources

Employment

Within: Employment

Langleys Solicitors LLP’s core expertise lies in the education sector, where the team handles a broad spread of work with a strong litigation component that includes whistleblowing and discrimination claims, grievance procedures, senior executive exits, and unfair dismissal claims. It also advises on TUPE procedures and provides corporate support. Practice head Kate Hindmarch advised Taylor Motor Group on the employment aspects of the acquisition of a car show room, assisting among other issues with the TUPE process. Other clients include Lincoln College Group, Greenzone Waste Management and Link Education Trust.

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East Midlands: Public sector

Education

Within: Education

Langleys Solicitors LLP combines ‘outstanding service’ with ‘exemplary legal knowledge’. Academy conversions make up the largest part of the caseload, but the team is also experienced in education-specific employment work and investigations by local authorities. Practice head Kate Hindmarch recently led advice for the Humber Education Trust on the establishment of a new twelve-school multi-academy trust, involving a mix of existing academies, community schools and a private finance initiative school. Property specialist Peter Horner impresses with ‘fantastic advice’.

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