Legal Know How
Kiril worked for various Citizens Advice Bureaus on a range of projects after completing a postgraduate diploma at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, a graduate diploma in law with commendation at the College of Law and master’s degree in law at Cambridge, being awarded the Chevening Scholarship. Kiril has worked at Lawgistics since 2016 as a Legal Advisor and Employment Specialist. He focuses on legal issues in the motor trade, primarily in the areas of consumer rights, consumer credit with specialism in employment, providing advice on defending against Employment Tribunal claims, appealing decisions to the Employment Appeal Tribunal, offering guidance in recruitment, varying terms and conditions, disciplinaries, capability and grievance proceedings, restructuring, TUPE situations and redundancy. He also drafts employment contracts and policies. Kiril has been an invaluable information source during the Covid-19 pandemic providing up-to-date advice and practical written guidance regarding the government’s furlough scheme and how it has affected SME employers. Kiril is currently completing a Training Contract which should lead to him qualifying as a solicitor in November 2024.
Time with Lawgistics
Kiril joined the legal team in 2016.
Written by Kiril Moskovchuk
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- Can a notice to terminate employment be withdrawn?
- From sick notes to fit notes
- Right to work – adjusted checks extended to 30 September 2022
- “Your hours cut or you’re fired!” ultimatum resulted in an unfair dismissal finding
- End of COVID-19 restrictions – Employment implications
- A word of caution – Dismissal of an anti-vaccination employee ruled to be fair
- Reimbursement of Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) paid in relation to COVID-19
- A duty to furlough?