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Molly Grace

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English

Molly Grace is an Associate in the Employment department.

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Education

  • 2017 – Admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales
  • 2015 – LPC, BPP Law School, London
  • 2013 – LLB, University of Manchester
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05 March 2021
Dis­crim­in­a­tion in the pro­vi­sion of goods and ser­vices: “Un­desir­able guest...
As the hol­i­day sea­son is ap­proach­ing and we be­gin our as­cent out of lock­down in­to some form of pre-Cov­id-19 nor­mal­ity, the re­cent press re­ports of an “un­desir­able guest list” held by Pontins hol­i­day...
11 February 2021
The li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion: Judg­ment day
The CMS Em­ploy­ment team in­vites you to join us for our next “Lunch­time learn­ing” series cov­er­ing the li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion.This series of four half an hour “bites­ize” we­binars...
04 February 2021
The li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion: Win­ning wit­ness evid­ence
The CMS Em­ploy­ment team in­vites you to join us for our next “Lunch­time learn­ing” series cov­er­ing the li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion.This series of four half an hour “bites­ize”...
21 January 2021
The li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion - Re­ceipt of a claim -...
The CMS Em­ploy­ment team in­vites you to join us for our next “Lunch­time learn­ing” series cov­er­ing the li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion.This series of four half an hour “bites­ize” we­binars...
28 January 2021
The li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion: The ‘ins and outs’ of...
The CMS Em­ploy­ment team in­vites you to join us for our next “Lunch­time learn­ing” series cov­er­ing the li­fe­cycle of em­ploy­ment tribunal lit­ig­a­tion.This series of four half an hour “bites­ize” we­binars...
06 January 2021
2021 trends in em­ploy­ment law - what is im­pact­ing the people agenda?
Fol­low­ing a year of un­ex­pec­ted and un­pre­ced­en­ted change in the world of work, we start 2021 look­ing ahead at ten em­ploy­ment law trends and le­gis­lat­ive changes which we an­ti­cip­ate will have a sig­ni­fic­ant...
03 December 2020
Sexu­al har­ass­ment in the re­mote work­ing era
Have we “solved” the sexu­al har­ass­ment epi­dem­ic high­lighted by #Met­oo by mov­ing to re­mote work­ing? It cer­tainly has had less me­dia cov­er­age over lock­down but don’t be fooled; just be­cause em­ploy­ees...
22 September 2020
COV­ID-19 and whis­tleblow­ing - A double whammy for a pos­it­ive speak up listen...
Over the past few years many UK busi­nesses have in­ves­ted time and money in cre­at­ing a cul­ture which en­cour­ages in­di­vidu­als to speak up and re­sponds pos­it­ively to their con­cerns. This is a re­quire­ment...
09 May 2019
GDPR bites­ize – when can an em­ploy­er jus­ti­fy ex­tend­ing the time lim­it for...
Un­der the Data Pro­tec­tion Act 1998, a data con­trol­ler had to re­spond to a data sub­ject ac­cess re­quest (DSAR) with­in 40 days of re­ceipt with no op­tion to ex­tend this peri­od. This changed un­der the GDPR...