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Mike Tremeer

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Fladgate LLP

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Mike is a partner in the corporate department at Fladgate.

He specialises in employment law and offers strategic and day-to-day advice on grievance and disciplinary matters, the termination of senior executives, complex discrimination and other employment tribunal claims, post-termination restriction disputes (arising both on recruitment and termination), corporate due diligence and other transactional support.

Mike acts for clients in a variety of industries including insurance, media, publishing, television, retail, hotels, fitness, restaurants and other leisure.  On occasion he also advises senior executives on issues experienced at work and the termination of their employment.

Recently he has advised on the employment aspects a number of high profile disposals, including easyGym’s sale of 13 fitness clubs to The Gym Group (involving the TUPE transfer of c. 125 employees, election of employee representatives and associated guidance) and Penguin Random House’s sale of the Rough Guides travel guidebook business (involving the TUPE transfer of some 40 employees and an information and consultation process completed with the recognised trade union).

Mike has been individually recognised by Legal 500 since 2016 .

In addition to providing specific advice to clients, Mike also writes updates and articles on employment law, and creates and delivers training and events, including speaking on an annual basis at the UK’s largest payroll conference.


Employment Lawyers Association.

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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