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Adam Lambert

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Kingsley Napley LLP

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Adam works with a broad range of clients – employers and senior executives – on both contentious and non-contentious matters. His areas of particular specialism include boardroom disputes, TUPE, large-scale redundancies, partnership disputes, working time issues (including in particular holiday pay claims), international jurisdiction and complex discrimination claims. Adam is a frequent lecturer and author on employment law issues and provides bespoke training to a number of businesses, aimed at HR teams and/or senior managers. He works alongside HR teams and managers in guiding them through HR processes, minimising the risk of disputes and placing the employer in a strong position if tribunal claims are brought. Adam has also conducted investigations on behalf of businesses when they have needed an independent, honest and reliable investigation report and conclusions.

Career

Trained Addleshaw, Sons & Latham; qualified 1996; partner at Fladgate Fielder, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert and Clyde & Co; joined Kingsley Napley as a partner in 2015.

Member

Employment Lawyers Association; Institute of Directors.

Education

Bramhall High School; Girton College, Cambridge University (BA law, 1st); Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University (LLM, 1st); College of Law, York (LPC, distinction); College of Law Diploma in Employment Law.

Leisure

Family time, playing and watching football, good food.


London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Kingsley Napley LLP stands out for its experience acting for senior executives in contentious matters with recent work including handling unfair dismissal claims, disciplinary investigations and sex discrimination claims. Richard Fox leads the department and is highly regarded for his confidentiality and restrictive covenants expertise, Adrian Crawford focuses on the financial and professional services sectors, Adam Lambert is noted for his experience in boardroom and partnership disputes, redundancies, discrimination claims and TUPE; and Andreas White is a key name for international clients. Employer clients include RSM, the Health and Care Professions Council and Whitehouse Post Productions.

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