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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

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Simon Tytherleigh

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Simon Tytherleigh is the Senior Office Partner of the Cambridge and Ipswich offices and also the Head of the Employment team in Cambridge.

Simon is a partner in our human resources practice and has over 20 years' experience in employment law. He is listed as a key individual in Chambers & Partners and quoted in Legal 500 as "knowledgeable and supportive".

Simon specialises in restructuring, executive severances and Employment Tribunal litigation. He is also an experienced Employment Tribunal Advocate and has appeared in numerous complex cases including multiple Claimant discrimination claims, holiday pay and whistleblowing claims.

Simon leads Eversheds public training and regularly speaks on Employment Law issues. He has recently worked with a number of clients on new approaches to performance management and undertaking business process reviews on their employment policies and procedures.

Simon is also involved in delivering the firm's innovation strategy and has recently developed employment@work, an e-learning training tool for workplace employment law, along with the development of new case management system for handling Employment Tribunal claims.

Simon is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.


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Simon Tytherleigh - Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Within: Employment

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is ‘excellent all round; the team can turn work around at very short notice and provide specific resolutions to complex problems'. The practice is 'very detail-oriented, very careful, always available and able to give appropriate advice'. The Cambridge office is a key part of the firm-wide human resources practice group and handles a high volume of international employment matters. Its expertise includes specialist knowledge of sectors such as education, financial services, pharmaceuticals and transport and among its clients are Queen Mary University of London and Roche Products Limited. It handles advisory work and litigation including complex Employment Tribunal cases and numerous whistleblowing claims involving financial institutions. The firm is currently assisting technology business ARM with global employment issues, which include the operation of an international employment helpline and UK gender pay gap reporting. Simon Tytherleigh is senior partner of the Cambridge office and an experienced tribunal advocate, and he leads the employment practice. Elizabeth Graves is a leading light in cross-border employment matters and clients describe her as ‘an exceptional lawyer – dependable and commercial with high emotional intelligence and good regulatory insight‘. Constanze Moorhouse leads the firm's international employment counsel team. Clients also recommend partners Matthew Kelly and Geoffrey Mead for their work in the education sector, as well as principal associate Rachel Bennett and associate Ivan Moriarty in a practice that 'provides tailored, insightful advice that moves issues forward in a constructive way'. Senior associate Sasha Willmott also garners praise for her work in life sciences, not-for-profit and education sectors. Owen Warnock retired from the firm.

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