Tom Williams > PwC LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Tom is a Partner is the Employment practice.
Tom is an Industrial Relations expert and is well known in the market for his expertise in helping companies navigate the complexities of doing business in a unionised environment. More generally, Tom advises clients on the full range of contentious and non-contentious issues arising from the employment relationship, from strategic advice on board level engagements and terminations, through the management of international outsourcing projects, to the complexities of managing workplace change, including in a trade union context. He has particular interest in UK employment law, compliance and issues affecting gig – economy businesses, and over 15 years experience in advising businesses at the highest level in both the UK and overseas.
PwC LLP‘s employment law team supports both the wider firm and many of the firm’s clients in a wide range of specialist areas. This includes investigations on equal pay and workplace diversity, matters involving pay governance and status, cross-border transactional support, restrictive covenant disputes and industrial action. Chris Perkins and Tom Ince are co-heads of the department, and were joined by Tom Williams, who was promoted to partner and practice co-head in July 2019.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Corporate and commercial > International business reorganisations
- Investment fund formation and management > Hedge funds
- Real estate > Environment
- Corporate and commercial > M&A: smaller deals, up to £50m
- Corporate and commercial > Customs and excise
- Risk advisory > Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity
- Dispute resolution > Tax litigation and investigations
- Corporate and commercial > VAT and indirect tax
- Employment > Pensions (non-contentious)
- Real estate > Commercial property: investment
- Employment > Employers
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market
- Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime (advice to corporates)
- Real estate > Property finance
- Employment > Immigration