Claire Treacy > Kuit Steinart Levy LLP > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Kuit Steinart Levy LLP
M3 2RD
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Employment Law



Claire advises on all aspects of employment law. Claire has experience advising both employees and employers during the Employment Tribunal procedure. In particular, Claire has had a particular focus on claims of sexual harassment and unfair dismissal. Claire also has experience in non-contentious matters, advising clients on the implications of TUPE and grievance and disciplinary procedures. Claire has delivered a number of training sessions to clients on Equality and Diversity in the workplace to assist employers to protect their business in the event of a claim of discrimination.

Lawyer Rankings

North West > Employment > Employment

A trusted advisor to a litany of clients in the leisure, sports, hospitality and education sector, Kuit Steinart Levy LLP excels at employment litigation, acting in both sensitive and complex discrimination and whistleblowing matters, and civil litigation pertaining breach of contract and pay discrepancy allegations. In addition, the firm handles a steady stream of mandates from companies on retainer, including advising on TUPE transfers, redundancy proceedings, senior executive exits, and data protection matters. The team is steered by the highly experienced Kevin McKenna, who is chiefly noted for his expertise in technical matters such as national minimum wage and unequal pay issues, as well as his ability to competently advise on employment contracts, employee grievances, and disciplinary issues. Boardroom-centred matters form the cornerstone of Sally Bird‘s practice, and she is routinely involved in stakeholder, contractual, and restrictive covenant disputes, in addition to senior executive departures and arrivals. The ‘helpful and knowledgeable’ Mark McKeating is highly active in diverse and multilayered Employment Tribunal claims alongside large scale TUPE and restructuring projects. Elsewhere, Claire Hollins has been particularly involved in the leisure industry, with key work highlights including advising on gender and disability discrimination, while Claire Treacy has engaged with ad-hoc HR guidance alongside TUPE and restrictive covenant issues.