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Jennifer is a Solicitor in our Employment Law team and is based at Viaduct House in Carlisle.

Jennifer completed her Law Degree at the University of Wales and her LPC at University of Northumbria, she qualified as a solicitor in 2009.  Jennifer specialises in employment law and civil litigation and has a particular interest in discrimination claims and the Equality Act 2010.

Outside of work Jennifer enjoys yoga, hiking, and spending time with her family.

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Lecturer sacked for being too loud wins unfair dismissal claim

January 24th 2022

A university lecturer was unfairly dismissed after she was accused of being ‘unnaturally loud’. Jennifer Cafferky Employment Law Solicitor, reports on this recent case. The case involved Dr Annette Plaut, who was an experimental physics lecturer at the university of Exeter until she was fired in 2019. She had been at…

Sales executive with delusional disorder loses disability claim

January 5th 2022

A sales executive who suffered from a delusional disorder has lost his claim of disability discrimination. The Court of Appeal upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that his condition did not amount to a disability under the Equality Act. Jennifer Cafferky Employment Law Solicitor, reports on this recent case. The case involved…

Worker who went into ‘diabetic rage’ wins unfair dismissal claim

December 21st 2021

An employee at a biscuit factory who threatened a colleague while in a diabetic rage has won his claim of unfair dismissal. Jennifer Cafferky Employment Law Solicitor, reports on this recent case. Mr Dytkowski began working for Brand FB’s biscuit factory in 2009. He was diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes in March…

Mother dismissed on maternity leave awarded more than £60k

November 29th 2021

A mother who was dismissed during her maternity leave while the ownership of her company changed hands has won her discrimination claim. Jennifer Cafferky Employment Law Solicitor, reports on this recent case. Mrs Rodin worked for HR company DMS1 and went on maternity leave in June 2017. During her absence,…

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