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Fox & Partners
4-6 THROGMORTON AVENUE
LONDON
EC2N 2DL
England

Work Department

Employment and Partnership

Position

Partner at Fox & Partners specialising in Partnership and Employment Law

Career

Herbert Oppenheimer, Nathan & Vandyk 1969 – 1988; founder and senior partner of Fox Williams 1989-2005; founded Fox 2006 (which in 2017 became Fox & Partners Solicitors LLP).

Recognised by Legal 500 as one of the doyens of employment and partnership disputes and included in the Hall of Fame for Partnership Law. The Law Society Gazette credited Ronnie as one of the UK’s most prominent employment lawyers.

Chambers and Partners Guide UK states that Ronnie provides clients with the benefit of his extensive experience and deep knowledge of a wide range of contentious partnership matters and acknowledges him as a “Senior Statesman” for contentious and non-contentious partnership work

Ronnie is also recognised by Who’s Who Legal: Global Leader for Labour and Employment as a leading practitioner in the employment law field.

Publications:

  • Payments on Termination of Employment – three editions – Oyez Longman
  • Legal Aspects of Doing Business in the United Kingdom – Kluwer
  • Due Diligence, Disclosures and Warranties in the Corporate Acquisitions Practice: the United Kingdom – two editions – Graham and Trotman
  • Product Tampering in the United Kingdom – Graham & Trotman
  • International Business Transactions – Service Agreements for Multinational Corporate Executives in the United Kingdom – Kluwer
  • International Professional Practice – England & Wales – Chancery Law Publishing
  • Professional Secrecy in Europe – England & Wales – Cambridge University Press
  • Partner Retirement in Law Firms– Globe Law and Business

Over 200 articles published in the national and legal press; numerous radio and television broadcasts

Leadership positions:

City of London Solicitors’ Company: Liveryman. Past Master and recipient of the Distinguished Service Award for chairing a Working Party on The Future of the Legal Profession

Association of Partnership Practitioners: Founder and first Chairman of the multi-disciplinary Association of Partnership Practitioners

International Bar Association: Past Chairman of the Senior Lawyers’ Committee and speaker at seminars hosted by the Committees on Employment and Industrial Relations Law, Business Organisations, Law Firm Management and Professional Ethics

Law Society of England & Wales: served on the Law Society’s Employment Law, Company Law, Council Membership and Remuneration Committees, the Law Management Section Advisory Group and the Registrar of Companies Users’ Group

Royal Automobile Club: Board Member, 2012 – 2018

Languages

French, German

Memberships

City of London Law Society; Employment Lawyers’ Association; Association of Fellows and Legal Scholars of the Center for International Legal Studies, Academy of Chocolate.

Education

City of London School; Lincoln College, Oxford University- MA (Hons) Jurisprudence; Solicitor of the Senior Courts.

Leisure

Opera, theatre, cinema, swimming, scuba diving, motoring and other forms of transport, management studies

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Partnership

(Hall of Fame)

Ronnie FoxFox & Partners

Fox & Partners is hailed for ‘ bursting with talented individuals‘. The practice predominantly assists partnerships and individuals in the legal profession in addition to clients in the accountancy, insurance and financial services sectors. Catriona Watt  advises on the full range of advisory and contentious cases including departures and arrivals, partner rights and entitlements and negotiating terms of exit for both firms and LLP members. Caroline Field is an experienced litigator who handles some of the most contentious and often novel cases; where necessary in the Employment Tribunal, High Court, and other dispute resolution forums. The team however aims to negotiate cases in order to preserve reputations. Dean Fuller undertakes advisory and disputes work in conjunction with related regulatory and corporate law while Ivor Adair also advises on acrimonious exits; the enforceability of post-termination covenants and potential claims under the equality act legislation and where partnership cases are entangled with issues such as alleged discrimination or harassment. Associates Shiv Raja (‘one to watch in the future‘) and Eleanor Diamond are highlighted and Ronnie Fox  continues with the firm as a consultant. Senior associate Shoshana Bacall  is also recommended.