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Taj Rehal

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Fladgate LLP

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Employment.

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Taj Rehal is a partner and head of the employment team at Fladgate.

He specialises in all aspects of employment law whether contentious, corporate or property transaction-related or HR advisory. He advises on strategic/board-level/HR employment issues including board-level reorganisations, out/in-sourcing, corporate acquisitions and disposals, general restructuring programmes and redundancies, employee grievances and dismissals and exit negotiations. He also deals with all types of employment litigation from discrimination, whistle-blowing, protection of confidential information and post-termination restrictions and team moves to directors’ and shareholders’ disputes in the High Court.

Taj acts for a wide range of clients including multinational PLCs, UK and non-UK listed and non-listed companies, LLPs, partnerships, start-up organisations and board-level and senior executives/professionals across a broad spectrum of industry sectors, particularly in financial services, professional services, media and technology.

Taj is ranked as a leading lawyer by the independent guides to the legal profession. He is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

He qualified in 1997 and joined Fladgate as a partner in September 2015.

Career

Trained at Bond Pearce (now Bond Dickinson); qualified 1997; made partner at Fladgate in 2015.

Member

Employment Lawyers’ Association

Education

Southampton University, College of Law (Guildford), BSc. Economics (1991), CPE & LPC (1992-1994). 


London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

With 'a personable and practical approach', Fladgate LLP is recognised for its strength in transactional work, often with an international element; it recently advised Penguin Books on the employment aspects of the sale of its travel guide business to APA Publishing. Build-a-Bear Workshop, Audiobloom, Parkway Entertainment, Opus Group and Soothe Massage are also clients. Taj Rehal leads the department following Nick Tsatsas' departure to Keystone Law; client praise Rehal as 'an incredibly practical and commercial lawyer who is very business focused and pragmatic'. Michael McCartney and senior associate Mike Tremeer are also names to note.

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