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A&L Goodbody

42-46 FOUNTAIN STREET, BELFAST, BT1 5EF, NORTHERN IRELAND
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Work +44 28 9031 4466
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Fax +44 28 9031 4477
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Belfast, Dublin, London, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco

Gareth Walls

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Work +44 28 9072 7402
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A&L Goodbody

Work Department

Employment and Incentives

Position

Partner

Career

Gareth Walls is partner and head of the A&L Goodbody Employment and Incentives team in Northern Ireland. Gareth represents a number of local, national and international brands in business support, strategic workforce planning and high profile tribunal matters. He also has significant experience in corporate immigration, redundancy, re-structuring and TUPE issues. Gareth is an accomplished commercial litigator with particular emphasis on procurement challenges and injunctive relief in the Employment context, as well as being a sought after speaker on Employment issues in Northern Ireland.

Member

Gareth is a member of the Employment Lawyers Group and is a Northern Ireland representative for the Employment Law Alliance. He is a Council Member of the European Employment Lawyers Association. In addition, Gareth is a CEDR Accredited Mediator.


Northern Ireland: Human resources

Employment

Within: Leading individuals

Gareth Walls - A&L Goodbody

Within: Employment

The employment practice at A&L Goodbody represents employers in contentious and non-contentious employment matters. Clients are drawn from a range of sectors, including manufacturing, retail and technology. Recent highlights include acting for Bewley’s Tea & Coffee in a restrictive covenant matter after a former employee left to work for a competitor, and advising JBS on employment issues arising from its $1.3bn sale of Moy Park. The ‘responsive, pragmatic and proactiveGareth Walls  leads the team.

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