Welcome to my employment law update blog!
I head iLaw’s employment law practice. I am a specialist employment lawyer with over 20 years’ experience. I have built my reputation on providing clients with practical commercially focused strategies and solutions to their employment law problems
I started my career in house originally, working for a number of years for a FTSE 100 organisation, before returning to private practice in the City where I have been based for the last 15 years.
My client base
I act for both employers and employees. I have a wide client base predominately located in London and the City – from global companies to SMEs and entrepreneurs.
My sector experience
I have extensive experience across a variety of sectors including: financial services; insurance and reinsurance; technology; hospitality; human resources; logistics; property and construction.
My practice covers all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non-contentious – from drafting employment contracts and HR policies to litigation in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, and the High Court. I also provide specialist in house HR training to HR directors and managers. I have also built up a highly successful settlement agreement service for employees. In addition, I also advise and assists clients with their business immigration requirements
My high profile reported cases include RCO v Unison and others in the Court of Appeal and Jackson v Ghost in the Employment Appeal Tribunal
I regularly write for the legal press and various high profile industry sector publications. I have also made various television appearances as a commentator on a number of topical employment law issues.
I have my own blog, The London Employment Lawyer (https://londonemploymentlawyerblog.com/), where he talks about the latest developments in UK employment law.
You can also follow me on Twitter @Employment_lawyr: https://twitter.com/Emplyment_lawyr
A few housekeeping points. The views expressed on this website are of course entirely my own and are intended for general information purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice. I cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of the content of this blog.