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2 TEMPLE GARDENS, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 9AY, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7822 1200
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134 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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2TG – 2 Temple Gardens, Hayley McLorinan, London, ENGLAND

Hayley McLorinan

Tel:
Work +44 (0)20 7822 1244
Email:
Web:
www.2tg.co.uk/people/hayley-mclorinan/
2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)

Work Department

Commercial, professional negligence, personal injury.

Position

Hayley practises in employment, personal injury and contractual disputes on behalf of claimants and defendants. She acts for public authorities, NHS Trusts and private employers. Her experience covers unfair dismissal, including constructive unfair dismissal, redundancy, equal pay, discrimination and victimisation, wrongful dismissal and TUPE claims. Appeared in the EAT on behalf of the John Lewis Partnership, responding to an appeal against a successful costs application by the partnership and separately for the JLP, acted in a claim of sexual harassment and victimisation where the male claimant alleged that he had been sexually harassed by a 67-year-old female colleague. Acted for a local authority respondent in an age discrimination claim arising from the repeal of the default retirement age. For an NHS Trust responding to a claim of unfair dismissal where the employer dismissed on grounds of gross misconduct and the claimant raised gender reassignment as mitigation for his actions. For a claimant in her claim for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination against an NHS Trust. The claimant succeeded in her claim for unfair dismissal, received an award in excess of the cap and obtained an award for 95% of her costs up to the decision on liability and 100% thereafter. For a respondent NHS Trust at a PHR in which the respondent successfully sought strike out of the claimant’s claim of race discrimination. Hayley’s personal injury work includes, for the Treasury Solicitor, advising the prison service in relation to personal injury claims brought both by employees and prisoners, and claims for false imprisonment, often raising human rights issues. Hayley has wide experience of general contractual disputes, including claims involving the sale and supply of goods and services. She is regularly instructed in credit hire litigation. She regularly represents the Post Office in claims involving the Postal Services Act 2000. Hayley was led by Christopher Lundie in the Court of Appeal in Milner v Carnival PLC [2010] EWCA Civ 389 CA, a landmark Court of Appeal decision on the assessment of damages for loss of enjoyment and diminution of value in holiday claims.

Career

Called 2008; Inner Temple (major scholarship). Joined 2 Temple Gardens 2009.

Member

Accredited FRU representative (employment).

Education

Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (2006 BA Hons Law first class); University of Pennysylvania (2008 LLM (Thouron Scholar)).

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