We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Aaron Mullen to our Litigation Department and Eleanor McFeeters to our Property Department. This is part of the firm’s continued expansion so that we can continue provide the highest standard of service to our ever increasing clientele. 2018 has been a hugely successful year for the

  McCay Solicitors are delighted with the finding of the Vice-President of the Industrial Tribunal in the case of Anthony Millar v Foyle Food Group Limited in which we acted on behalf of the Claimant (full decision available here https://www.casemine.com/judgement/uk/5b46f2062c94e0775e7f0afb). The Claimant had been one of two managers in the Respondent’s boning hall but had been

Employment Dicipline

Ok, so we did the Conducting a Disciplinary Procedure – Back to Basics article back in November with the trickier aspects to follow but we have been exceptionally busy over the past few months so we are only getting an opportunity to add the second instalment now. We have looked at 6 areas namely confidentiality, surveillance, witness

Festive hangover

The Christmas period is now in full swing and for many employers it will involve organising time off for staff and of course the obligatory Christmas party. Competing annual leave requests and alcohol-fuelled incidents at the Christmas party can create issues for employers so we have decided to produce some guidance in relation to both

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