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Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP, Nicholas Wilcox, London, ENGLAND

Nicholas Wilcox

Tel:
Work 020 3828 0356
Email:
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Senior Associate

Career

Nick covers all aspects of employment law and partnership law, primarily acting for individuals against employers in the financial services sector, with particular focus on insurance.

Member

Member of the Employment Lawyers Association and the Association of Partnership Practitioners.

Education

Clyde & Co. (2003-2006); Ince & Co. (2006-2014); joined BDBF in 2014.

Leisure

Football (lifelong Liverpool fan), boxing training, family.

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