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Members at Broadway House Chambers have expertise across the full range of employment matters, including TUPE, unfair dismissal, discrimination and restrictive covenants.

Dere Street Barristers is ‘strong on employment law’ with counsel representing local authorities, NHS Trusts and companies across a broad spectrum of matters including discrimination, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, TUPE and harassment. Members act for claimants and respondents. Angharad Davies returned to the set from St Paul’s Chambers in November 2016.

Exchange Chambers has ‘a good employment team’ which acts for employers and employees in a wide range of matters, including whistleblowing, discrimination, TUPE and unfair dismissal cases. Recent highlights for the set include Ashley Serr acting in the high-profile whistleblowing case Frost v Ministry of Defence.

KBW houses Simon Mallett, who is well known for representing police forces in a variety of employment cases including whistleblowing and disability discrimination.

Recent cases for the employment team at Kings Chambers have included discrimination, harassment and unfair dismissal claims. The team continues to act for NHS trusts.

New Park Court Chambers houses Steven White, whose practice includes unfair dismissal, TUPE and harassment cases.

The team at Park Square Barristers has expertise across the ambit of employment law; members represent individuals and companies in unfair dismissal, discrimination and TUPE claims, among other areas.

Parklane Plowden is a ‘very strong set for employment law’. Members have expertise across the whole spectrum of employment matters including TUPE, unfair dismissal, discrimination, harassment and whistleblowing cases. The barristers act for claimants and respondents, with slight emphasis on representing the latter in disputes.

Members at St Philips Chambers frequently appear in the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), acting for claimants and respondents in matters including discrimination, unfair dismissal and whistleblowing claims.

The employment group at Trinity Chambers is widely recognised for its expertise in equal pay disputes; other key areas of instruction include discrimination, whistleblowing and unfair dismissal cases. Helen Hogben has particular experience in cases of victimisation and discrimination involving police forces and the NHS.

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