Levins successfully represented John Bromilow and Harry Wildman in their whistleblowing claim before an employment tribunal in Liverpool. The two men were employed at HMP Liverpool by an external contractor. They raised their health-and-safety concerns with the prison govenor, and as a result they were summarily dismissed. The employment tribunal found that John and Harry had made protected disclosures in good faith, and that their dismissals were automatically unfair contrary to section 103A of the Employment Rights Act 1996. The case has attracted national media attention. John and Harry now hope to be reinstated at a further tribunal hearing in June.