Felicity Carroll

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Felicity is a newly qualified Solicitor working within our Employment Department and Litigation Department. Felicity has experience representing both the employee and employer in employment disputes and as a result has developed knowledge from both sides of the dispute on work-related disagreements and claims. Felicity has developed experience working for the LGBT community with discrimination claims including HIV discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination and transgender discrimination. Felicity also drafts pre-action letters relating to disputes with the aim of settling the matter without court action. Felicity drafts employer contracts for use within a business and assist with drafting a range of commercial contracts. Felicity studied Law at the University of Cardiff and completed her Legal Practice Course part-time at the University of Law. Felicity is friendly, reliable and a problem-solver. She holds a keen interest in running and completed the 2015 Paris Marathon and also enjoys coaching and playing football. Felicity has shown a real propensity to develop young minds volunteering and delivering talks at schools and has also acted as an appropriate adult for vulnerable adults entering the criminal justice system.

Lawyer Monthly – Women in Law Awards 2018

Felicity is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and contributed to the ELA Working Party submission to the Women and Equalities Committee's inquiry on ensuring strong equalities legislation after EU exit.

Obtained a settlement in a sex and age discrimination case prior to a full Tribunal Hearing taking place. Assisted to obtain a large settlement for a Transgender woman in a discrimination and harassment case without the requirement of Tribunal action.

Employment Law - Transgender Discrimination
After working for my employer for some 22 years of loyal service I was made redundant without any due notice or suitable settlement agreement. I was in a total shock and dismay with the company attempting to bully me into taking the unsatisfactory settlement. After contacting A City Law Firm they arranged a meeting with myself they immediately made me feel at ease and took over the negotiation with my former employers, they were extremely professional and efficient and achieved a good settlement for minimum cost to myself. As a member of the LGBT community I would fully recommend them and although I hope never to need them again I would certainly consult them in the future should the case arise. 2017

LR- Employment Law
Going to work had become unbearable and I was deeply unhappy. I knew I was being bullied and treated very unfairly, but felt powerless to take any action. My partner and I decided it was time to find a solicitor, who would be sympathetic to my concerns and worries. I found A City Law Firm online and received a quick response to my initial email. After speaking to Karen and Felicity, I felt immediately reassured that my treatment was unacceptable, and there was appropriate action that could be taken. I was in regular contact with Felicity throughout this process, and found her to be very understanding and supportive during this difficult time. I am happy I took the time to find A City Law Firm, who achieved a satisfactory and fair outcome for me. My confidence has been restored and I look forward to my future and working with pride again. My sincere and heartfelt thanks to A City Law Firm. 2017

Dispute Resolution
If you are looking for a diligent legal team who listen before charging and advise with your best interests at heart then I can thoroughly recommend. If you want to know if your case has merit or is a waste of money then I would feel strongly that City Law would advise accordingly



Articles by Felicity Carroll

Social Media in Recruitment
Relying on social media in recruitment could expose you to a discrimination claim. Employers should aware of the risk of
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Using Social Media at Work
Employees who discuss their opinions openly on websites are at risk of finding that their messages are deemed malicious, damaging,
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Flexibility & Time Off for Dependants
You are legally entitled to take a reasonable amount of time off to deal with certain emergencies involving certain dependants.
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They think I am gay: Can I be discriminated against?
If I am treated less favourably because service providers or my employer THINKS I am gay, but doesn’t know for
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HIV and the Workplace
Does my employer have the right to know that I am HIV positive? You are not obliged to tell your
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Are you an intermediary? Are you affected by the new legislation?
New legislation has been implemented to prevent intermediaries and individuals using deceptive methods to reduce employment tax and avoid the
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I am business owner forced into litigation by the wrongdoing of another – can I recover damages for lost staff
Potentially. Where staff must be diverted from their usual tasks, damages for significant disruption caused to the business may be
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Social Media in employment cases
Employee’s and Employer’s should be forewarned that Facebook, Twitter and other social media cites can lead to grievances, disciplinary action
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Paternity Leave and Pay: Know your rights
Statutory Paternity Leave is a maximum of two weeks’ leave, following the birth of a child, taken in order to
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Seldon Judgment: Compulsory Retirement
One of the most significant judgments on age discrimination was handed down on 25 April 2012 by the Supreme Court.  However,
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