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Brexit The impact of Brexit on employment law is still something of a mystery. However, the Government, upon winning the election, removed from the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Bill its promise to safeguard existing workers’ rights which originate from the EU including working time, equal pay and maternity leave rights. The Government intends to legislate separately […]
The January blues are notorious, and with the wet weather affecting conditions for everything from drillings crops to potential outbreaks of fluke in sheep flock, it has arguably not been a great start to the year. However, it is not all doom and gloom with the introduction of the Agricultural Bill into Parliament this week. […]

A.I. Cancer Diagnosis 15 Jan 2020

The Clinical Negligence Team at Hay & Kilner LLP are frequently instructed to represent patients who have suffered a delay in diagnosis, or a misdiagnosis of cancer. Not only can a delayed diagnosis of cancer have a huge effect on the treatment options available to the patient and their prospects of having a good outcome, […]
We have strengthened our senior team with the appointment of highly experienced commercial litigator, Tom Whitfield. Tom brings more than two decades’ experience to the firm, gained across a wide range of industry sectors and areas of the law, and was most recently a legal director with fellow city firm DAC Beachcroft. Originally from Yorkshire, […]
By Sarah Hall, Partner in our specialist Employment Law team here at Hay & Kilner Law Firm in Newcastle
Staff at a North East law firm have raised almost £9,000 for a charity that supports some of the region’s tiniest residents. Hay & Kilner’s team voted to adopt The Tiny Lives Trust as their designated fundraising cause for 2019 and have also spent time volunteering with the organisation during the year, helping to put […]
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