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Trainee solicitor awarded four weeks' pay after firm changed contract terms

A trainee solicitor who took his former employer to the employment tribunal after it changed the terms of his contract days before he was due to start has been awarded four weeks’ pay. According to the published judgment, the claimant, named as A Osvald, claimed breach of contract by southeast firm Holden and Co LLP when it told him he would be required to work at different offices. Read the full article below.

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