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Nick Willis

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Nick is a Partner in the employment team at PwC Legal and his particular experience includes: the legal issues involved in major HR transformation projects such as outsourcing, offshoring and international reorganisations; the legal HR implications of pay and reward arrangements; TUPE exercises; LLP conversions; and executive and collective termination programmes.


Qualified 1987; assistant solicitor Mills & Reeve 1987-88; solicitor Stephenson Harwood 1988-94; senior manager Coopers & Lybrand 1994-97; solicitor Tite & Lewis 1997-99; partner PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal 1999 to date.

London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

PriceWaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP’s team excels in handling employment litigation matters in addition to its tax expertise. It is led by Ed Stacey, who has been leading advice to Phones4U (in administration) on Employment Tribunal claims brought by more than 1,000 employees alleging failure to carry out collective redundancy consultation. Nick Willis has been advising a number of NHS trusts on tax-related and risk management issues concerning a structure to engage locum doctors and personal service companies. Also recommended are Chris Perkins and Tom Kerr Williams, who has particular expertise in collective bargaining and trade union issues.

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