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Arthur Cox Belfast

VICTORIA HOUSE, GLOUCESTER STREET, BELFAST, BT1 4LS, NORTHERN IRELAND
Tel:
Work 028 9023 0007
Fax:
Fax 028 9023 3464
DX:
2012 NR BELFAST-2
Email:
Web:
www.arthurcox.com
Belfast, Dublin, London, Mountain View, New York

Rosemary Lundy

Tel:
Work 028 9026 2673
Email:
Arthur Cox

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Before joining Arthur Cox NI in May 2006 Rosemary was employed as in house lawyer in the public sector for over twelve years. In particular Rosemary gained specialist equality experience having worked for seven years with the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and later with the Legal Services Commission and Northern Ireland Court Service. She specialises in employment, equality, information and administrative/public law. Rosemary has considerable experience of providing legal advice on a range of matters particularly within the public sector including freedom of information, human rights and data protection issues. Membership of the Employment Lawyers Group (NI), Employment Lawyers Association (GB). Rosemary runs a highly successful HR Network group

Career

Qualified 1992; partner Arthur Cox 2009 to date.

Member

Employment Lawyers Group.

Education

Queen’s University, Belfast (1990 LLB Hons).


Northern Ireland: Human resources

Employment

Within: Leading individuals

Rosemary Lundy - Arthur Cox Belfast

Within: Employment

Arthur Cox Belfast provides advice on corporate transactions, including assisting with potential TUPE matters, as well as representing clients in a wide range of tribunal disputes. The firm also handles business immigration matters such as visa applications and provides an all-island pensions service. Clients include a number of international investors. Team head Rosemary Lundy has particular expertise in whistleblowing, equality and discrimination cases, while Emma-Jane Flannery specialises in disciplinary and grievance matters.

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