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Alacoque Marvin

Email: alacoque.marvin@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 244 6100

Office: Leeds

Position: Solicitor

Areas of practice:

Alacoque qualified as a solicitor in 2015 and is an employment lawyer working within the charities and social economy team at Wrigleys. She retrained as a solicitor after a first career as a teacher and Faculty Leader in an outstanding secondary school and has considerable experience of the realities of managing staff and resources within the education and public sectors.

She specialises in working with clients on all aspects of employment law, including advising on policies and procedures, employment contracts, settlement agreements and the defence of tribunal claims. Alacoque also advises on redundancy and restructure projects and on TUPE transfers, including the requirements of collective consultation.

Alacoque has written the following articles:

What happens if our staff have to quarantine after travelling abroad?Covid-19 employment law

Testimonials:

'She is thorough and presents information and advice clearly and in a timely manner.'

Chambers and Partners (2022)

Professional memberships:

  • Employment Law Association
  • Alacoque is a Dementia Friend

25 May 2022

Was an employee automatically unfairly dismissed for refusing to work during Covid-19 lockdown?

EAT: employee did not reasonably believe in serious and imminent danger at work and so was not automatically unfairly dismissed.

24 May 2022

Extension on the ban on exclusivity clauses announced

Move follows consultation which ran between December 2020 and February 2021.

17 May 2022

ONS statistics indicate some cases of “long Covid” will be a disability

ONS estimates that “long Covid” symptoms have adversely affected the day-to-day activities of 1.2 million people in the UK.