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KNIGHTS QUARTER, 14 ST JOHN'S LANE, LONDON, EC1M 4AJ, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7814 1200
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Fax 020 7490 2288
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22 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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www.kingsleynapley.co.uk

Adrian Crawford

Tel:
Work 020 7814 1200
Email:
Kingsley Napley LLP

Work Department

Employment.

Position

Adrian is a partner in the employment practice. His particular interests include TUPE and outsourcing, and issues arising in the financial services industry, including bonus disputes, regulatory issues and partnership issues. He regularly provides seminars and workshops for clients. Adrian’s work includes acting for a wide range of businesses, including well-known law firms and other professional service firms, banks, commodity and financial futures brokers, hedge funds, and individuals.

Career

Trained Simmons & Simmons, qualified 1988; partner 1995; a regional firm 1998; partner at DMH Stallard (formerly Donne, Mileham and Haddock) 1998 to 2009; partner Kingsley Napley 2009 to date.

Member

Law Society; Employment Lawyers Association; Association of Partnership Practitioners.


London: Corporate and commercial

Partnership

Within: Partnership

Kingsley Napley LLP's department acts for professional firms and LLPs, as well as their individual members and partners, mainly in the financial services and professional sectors. The group draws on the firm's wider expertise in employment law, regulatory and professional discipline, white-collar crime and business immigration to provide clients with a full partnership disputes service. The team is jointly headed by regulatory expert Iain Miller and Adrian Crawford, whose practice spans contentious partnership and employment law.

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London: Human resources

Employment: employers

Within: Employment: employers

Kingsley Napley LLP's practice advises board directors, traders and fund managers as well as a raft of employers and other senior executives. High Court litigation and tribunal claims are key areas of focus for the team, which is led by Richard M Fox, who works with both corporates and professional partnerships on the employer side. On the senior executive side, Fox acts for individuals across the media, sport and banking sectors. The 'measured' and 'extremely approachable' Adrian Crawford specialises in financial and professional services, as well as TUPE matters. Other key members of the team include Adam Lambert and 'top-tier lawyer' Andreas White, while associate Francesca Lopez is also well-regarded.

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Employment: senior executives

Within: Employment: senior executives

Kingsley Napley LLP's practice advises board directors, traders and fund managers as well as a raft of employers and other senior executives. High Court litigation and tribunal claims are key areas of focus for the team, which is led by Richard M Fox, who works with both corporates and professional partnerships on the employer side. On the senior executive side, Fox acts for individuals across the media, sport and banking sectors. The 'measured' and 'extremely approachable' Adrian Crawford specialises in financial and professional services, as well as TUPE matters. Other key members of the team include Adam Lambert and 'top-tier lawyer' Andreas White, while associate Francesca Lopez is also well-regarded.

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