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Morgan LaRoche

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Director – Hannah heads up the Employment Team and specialises in employment law and has vast experience in both contentious and non-contentious and non-contentious employment issues acting for employers.
Hannah advises on employment related issues such as: 
Disciplinary and grievance;
Discrimination, bullying and harrassment;
Unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and breach of contract;
Settlement Agreements;
Sickness; absence and incapability;
Maternity and other family friendly rights;
Redundancy and restructures;
Data Protection and GDPR;
Recruitment and selection
Hannah also reviews and drafts various Contracts of Employment, Employment Policies and Staff Handbooks.
A particular area of interest for Hannah is delivering in-house employment law training and workshops.


Hannah is a mentor with Business Wales, is part of the CIPD Wales Committee, a lecturer of Employment Law with University of Wales TGrinity St David, Director of Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum CIC, a Board Member of ateb Group and Chair of the People and Remuneration Committee. In 2017 and 2018 Hannah was named by Wales Online as one of Wales’ top 35 young professional women and one of 30 young lawyers to watch.

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Wales > Employment > Employment: Recommended Firms

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Now headed from the firm’s Carmarthen office by Hannah Belton, following the retirement of Timothy Jones  in January 2021, Morgan LaRoche provides ‘pragmatic and robust advice‘ to companies throughout south and west Wales across a range of employment matters, including on GDPR compliance, as respondents in tribunal cases, and in the context of corporate support. The team has also been very proactive in terms of helping to guide clients through the myriad challenges and employment concerns arising as a result of the pandemic and also continues to grow the number of clients that have signed up the firm’s increasingly popular retainer service. The health and social care sectors are particularly fertile sources of work, while the arrival in July 2020 of Sophie Ray enhances the team’s credentials within the social housing space.