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COLLINS HOUSE, 32-38 STATION ROAD, GERRARDS CROSS, SL9 8EL, ENGLAND
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Gerrards Cross, London

Kathryn Fielder

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Work 01753 279029
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B P Collins LLP

Work Department

Employment and Business immigration

Position

Senior associate

Career

With a legal career spanning over two decades senior associate Kathryn Fielder has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience on contentious and non-contentious matters.

Acting for both employees and employers her particular focus is on maternity and parental rights, employee exits and discrimination.  Kathryn has also led teams in negotiating settlement agreements for multiple employees with total values of several million pounds against blue chip company employers and has recently begun advising companies in connection with business immigration matters.

Kathryn utilises her extensive experience to advice and represent clients' on internal compliance matters, in connection with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and other medical professional bodies. She recently concluded a professional compliance matter which had been running for over four years and successfully persuaded the relevant body to dismiss all the conditions of practice which had up to then been imposed on her client.

Languages

Enlgish

Member

Employment Lawyers Association

Education

Kathryn is a graduate from the University of Southampton and joined B P Collins LLP in 1988 soon after qualifying as a solicitor.


South East: Human resources

Employment: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

Within: Rising stars

Kathryn Fielder - B P Collins LLP

Within: Employment: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

The employment department at B P Collins LLP handles a wide range of contentious and non-contentious matters, acting for both corporate and high-net-worth private clients. The team specialises in restrictive covenants, director duties and complex Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal cases, as well as in business immigration matters, internal HR assistance and advice on GDPR implementation. Sectors of expertise include retail, leisure, manufacturing, aviation, architecture, construction, and pharmaceuticals. Jo Davis heads the practice. Kathryn Fielder and Chris Brazier are other key contacts.

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Immigration

Within: Next Generation Partners

Kathryn Fielder - B P Collins LLP

Within: Immigration

B P Collins LLP advises on a wide range of business and private immigration matters, such as sponsor licences and assisting UK businesses in securing migrant employees under the Points Based System. For the private client, Chris Brazier is experienced in advising EU nationals on Settled Status applications and handling complex citizenship applications with a specialism in Turkish worker and Turkish business people visas. Kathryn Fielder is also a name to note for business immigration.

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