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A bit about me

Employment law is constantly evolving; I enjoy its challenging yet highly rewarding nature and the variety of clients I work with.

I am prompt and communicative, offering tailored advice for employers and employees to help reach the outcome that is right for them. My commercial and methodical approach means I like to think outside the box and have a reputation for negotiating excellent deals for clients including high-net-worth professionals. Working with a range of individual and corporate clients in the UK and overseas, my specialisms include discrimination, complex whistleblowing cases and advising on restrictive covenant disputes. Above all, I have a real interest in mental health and workplace performance, often advising employers on the appropriate risk assessments to put in place.

Outside work, I enjoy travelling and cooking, especially Greek cuisine due to my heritage!

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Seek advice as early as possible – going to court should be the last option

Always consider whether the costs outweigh the benefits

Don’t make the same mistake twice and ensure you have comprehensive/ well drafted documentation to protect you in the event of a dispute.

How much is this going to cost me and can you provide a set fee?

We charge by way of hourly rates and it is very difficult to predict how long things will take as this depends on the cooperability of the opponent (which is usually outside of our control). In limited circumstances, we may be able to negotiate a fixed fee, but this varies on a case-to-case basis.

How long will my case take to resolve?

Employment disputes can go on for months, even years. This will all depend on the allegations and the extent of harm done. Longer cases often go to trial, which can be expensive. We need to consider the case in two stages 1) does the case have good prospects and 2) do the benefits outweigh the costs?

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Consultation by the government on the Statutory Code of Practice on dismissal and re-engagement

Some businesses suffering financially have been tempted to restructure  by dismissing employees and subsequently replacing…

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