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Hilary Winstone is a talented and knowledgeable junior specialising in employment and discrimination law. She has extensive experience acting successfully for large corporate clients, as well as local authorities, police forces and the NHS, dealing with internal and external disputes as well as mediation. She is known for being very client friendly and an enormously effective advocate, able to deal with difficult and highly charged cases. Her recent cases include Angela Bailey v Central and Northwest London NHS FT (successfully represented defendant in complex case involving claims of whistleblowing, disability discrimination and victimisation); Kitaka v Commissioner of the Police of the Metropolis (successfully represented defendant in case involving regulation breaches and subsequent claims of unfair dismissal); Boam v South Staffs & Shropshire Healthcare NHS FT (pending appeal following successful defence on behalf of defendant against claims of whistleblowing); R v W (complex claim of disability discrimination based on claimants unwillingness to disclose information to their employer to allow for reasonable adjustments).
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