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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

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Martin Warren

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Brexit and the legal implications for businesses"Decades of experience working with some of the largest and most complex organisations around the world has given us tremendous commercial insight and enables us to add value to the plans and ambitions of any organisation in the field of human resources.

"Whatever your people issue, we will work with you to find the best solution. You can rely on us to support you. From planning, to action, to review we are committed to taking the long view and providing just what you need, when you need it. 

"We bring our knowledge of vastly different marketplaces to help shape our solutions – but ultimately our approach is designed to ensure your needs are met, whatever the size of your organisation, whatever the challenge.  Our clients are attracted by our commercial, user-friendly and innovative approach to pricing and support tools - that’s why our clients keep coming back to us.

"I am confident we can help you maintain your reputation as a great employer, attracting and retaining the best people."

Martin Warren, Practice Group Head

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Particular expertise in dealing with complex strategic and reorganisational issues, trade union rights, consultation on redundancies and business transfers, industrial action, balloting, and collective labour law generally.

Advises a number of US companies on the implications of developments in UK labour and employment law. 

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London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

The 'always practical and pragmatic' team at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is 'responsive, commercial and very easy to deal with'. The group is highly regarded for its expertise in the financial services sector, advising on industrial relations issues and utilising its global network to handle international mandates. Recent work highlights include advising the BBC on issues arising out of its employment contract changes and related union negotiations, representing Govia Thameslink Railway in the High Court in injunction proceedings to prevent the train drivers' union from calling a strike on its Southern services, and handling the employment aspects of Charter Court Financial Services Group's IPO on the London Stock Exchange. Clients single out the 'vastly experienced' Martin Warren, who leads the labour relations group; industrial relations team head Marc Meryon, who is 'brilliant'; and the 'smart and commercially savvy' Elizabeth Graves. Diane Gilhooley leads the global practice from Manchester and Paul Fontes heads up the London group. Sophie White joined from Abbiss Cadre LLP, Fiona Bolton joined Simmons & Simmons and Gareth Wadley joined Gateley Plc in 2018.

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