What I Do
I am a highly experienced Commercial and Employment lawyer with over 25 year’s practical experience as a Barrister and more recently as a Solicitor. I was one of the first lawyers in the UK to qualify as a Barrister and a Solicitor at the same time and throughout my career I have been recognised for providing practical, “no-nonsense” advice and innovative solutions to legal problems. My extensive legal experience will mean that I will be able to provide you with advice and support efficiently without needing to spend excessive time on research. This will save you time and cost and will mean that your legal problem will be solved sooner rather than later.
I provide a personal service to my clients which means that when you instruct me I will personally undertake your work. I will not delegate your work to inexperienced or trainee lawyers, or outsource your work to a different firm. I do not take on more work than I can personally manage and this ensures that you will always have an experienced lawyer dealing with your case.
During my career, I have acted for many large and small businesses and hundreds of individual clients. My experience has been recognised with the award of a postgraduate Masters Degree in law, membership of the prestigious Employment Lawyers Association and frequent requests to present guest lectures at various universities and colleges. Please contact me to discuss how I can use my experience to help you solve your employment law problems.
Away from work I am a Trustee of Henshaw’s Society for Blind People which is one of the largest charities supporting disabled people in the North of England and I also provide advice and support to several other charities and community sports organisations.
I have particular experience in advising Clients in relation to:
- Settlement Agreements
- Employment advice for Employees
- Employment advice for Businesses
- Advice for Shareholders and Directors
Please call me on 0330 2233288 or get in touch to discuss how I can help you to resolve your employment law issues.