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Camille Renaudon

Work 01270 215117
Hibberts LLP

Work Department



Instructions are received across a broad spectrum of employment work, acting on behalf of both employer and employee clients and undertaking both claimant and respondent work in the employment tribunal and EAT. Advice is provided in relation to a wide range of contentious and non-contentious work including the drafting and implementation of contractual documents, policies and consultancy agreements; advising upon and conducting employment tribunal litigation; TUPE; settlement agreements; redundancy and business re-organisation; discipline and grievance; sickness and incapacity; and discrimination. Recent highlights include acting in conjunction with the corporate and commercial department in connection with high value business purchase agreements involving franchises, TUPE, pensions and cross border issues; Camille receives regular, continued instructions in respect of the review and up-dating of contractual documentation within the manufacturing, logistics and telecommunications industry, TUPE issues and tribunal claims involving discrimination; acting on behalf of senior executives within national and international companies in relation to tribunal / court proceedings and settlement agreements; acting on behalf of a variety of Cheshire based national companies to review and update the contracts of employment of all staff and produce staff handbooks. Particular highlights of the department over the past 12 months include instructions from a Cheshire based charity to provide advice to all staff upon service provision changes under TUPE, acting for Claimants in constructive dismissal, whistleblowing and disability discrimination claims, acting on behalf of a respondent medical practice in an unfair dismissal and redundancy pay claim and conduct of restrictive covenant litigation.


Youth justice system; training contract Hibberts 2006-08; Hibberts 2006 to date; head of employment 2010; partner of firm 2014.


Employment Law Association.


City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College; Sheffield University (2002 LLB Hons 2(1)); Keele University (2003 LLM Child Law); Staffordshire University (2006 Legal Practice Course, Distinction).


Football; boxing; running; going to the gym.

North West: Human resources


Within: Employment

Camille Renaudon leads a department at Hibberts LLP that acts for employers and employees. Highlights included advising on restrictive covenant litigation and pre-action work for a telecommunications company, and acting for a senior executive who was facing dismissal for allegations of gross misconduct.

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