I am a partner and head of Employment law at DKLM LLP solicitors in London (UK), where we provide cutting edge legal advice, combined with excellent client care and a commercial focus.
As the Joint Head of Employment law I provide specialist advice to medium to large companies (national and international) and senior managers in all aspects of UK employment law, including:
Employment Tribunals; Employment Appeal Tribunals; High Court litigation (especially injunctions;)Exit arrangements for Senior Executives; Redundancy advice.
I have written several acacdemic articles on the subject of religious discrimination, and I presented a guest lecture at the University of Leicester on the topic in 2010.
I am the chief employment law blogger for the Solicitors Journal, and the author of the influential opinion blog employmentlawupdate.wordpress.com
I am an accredited mediator, and speciailise in work place mediation - helping you to resolve disputes in a cost effecient manner.
I am regulary quoted in the national, international and trade press as an expert in employment law.
I have appeared on BBC News 24, and Sky News as an expert on employment law and I have also published articles/comments in the following publications:
The Guardian Newspaper; The Employment Law Journal; the Solicitors Journal; HR Director; HR Magazine; Business Day; Business Week; Bloomberg; City Am;The Financial Times; The Wall Street Journal, and The Sydney Herald.
Recent Articles in the Guardian Newspaper
Please see the links below for recent article in the Guardian newspaper:
Specialties:Employment Law; labour law; litigation, and mediation.
Professional Associations & Memberships
Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA); Associate Fellow of the Society of Advanced Legal Studies. Member of the Employment Lawyers Association; the Hong Kong Association; the Commonwealth Lawyers Association,international member of the American Bar Association, the Media Society, and the European Association of Attorneys