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Ray Silverstein

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Browne Jacobson LLP

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Raymond heads the London employment practice.  He advises a stellar list of retail clients, including brands within the world’s largest luxury goods groups, the leading off price retailer of apparel and home furnishings, the world’s largest retailer of natural and organic food, and a string of fashion brands based in France and Italy, on all aspects of employment law from day-to-day workplace issues to Employment Tribunal and High Court claims.

He also advises NHS bodies and senior executives.  Raymond, and/or members of his team, advise on immigration matters, draft and advise on employment contracts, provide staff handbooks and present training, including a mock Employment Tribunal hearing.   


Qualified 1988; partner Browne Jacobson 1998; numerous articles for trade, professional and national publications; appearances on BBC Radio and television.


Employment Lawyers Association. French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain’s HR Forum


Leicester University (1985 LLB Hons).

London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Browne Jacobson LLP has seen an increase in cross-border mandates alongside its expertise in the retail, education, health and financial services sectors. Recent highlights include representing a former employee of a US bank in a cross-border investigation, defending an NHS trust in an unfair dismissal and whistleblowing claim, and assisting multiple education clients with restrucutrings and staff reductions. TJX Europe, Lion Academies Trust, Metro Bank, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Fresh and Wild are also clients. Raymond Silverstein leads the London group, which also includes associates Heather Mitchell and Gemma Steele.

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