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Greg Campbell

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Work +44 20 3321 7234
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Mishcon de Reya LLP

Work Department

Employment

Position

Greg is a Partner in the Employment department, with over 20 years' experience in employment law.

He provides advice to both employers and senior executives across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on Financial Services, LLPs and partnership disputes. His clients range from public companies, banks and major accountancy practices to PLC directors, senior banking executives and partners in law firms.

Greg is experienced in all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law, advising employers on workplace disputes, defence of whistleblowing and discrimination claims, major restructures and day to day queries. He works with senior executives on the terms of their engagement and departure in addition to disputes and regulatory issues.

Greg has a particular specialism advising on major disciplinary investigations, acting for employers as well as for senior executives accused of misconduct whether by their employer, or the FCA/PRA, or other regulators. He regularly operates at the intersection of employment law and regulation. Within the financial services sector he regularly advises on Remuneration Code issues and the Senior Manager Regime.

Greg has also been involved in conducting gender pay audits for corporate clients who will be subject to proposed employment regulations and reporting requirements.

Career

Partner, Mishcon de Reya LLP; Partner, Faegre & Benson; Assistant, Ashurst Morris Crisp (now Ashurst)

Member

Employment Lawyers Association; European Employment Lawyers Association

Education

Oxford University, BA


London: Human resources

Employment: employers

Within: Employment: employers

The sizeable team at Mishcon de Reya LLP has a strong reputation for its work on complex, high-level 'special situations' matters, with regular appearances in the Employment Tribunal, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. The practice specialises in matters at the forefront of employment law, including the gig economy and the gender pay gap, and acts for prominent senior executives, CEOs and board directors, as well as senior partners of law firms and PE houses. Recent highlights include taking a lead role on the headline-making Pimlico Plumbers Supreme Court case on the employment status of gig economy workers, while the firm has also been representing senior female BBC journalists and broadcasters in their equal pay and discrimination dispute with the broadcaster. Daniel Naftalin heads up the team, supported by 'force of nature' Joanna Blackburn, the 'exceptional' Jennifer Millins, Sharon Tan, Greg Campbell and Susannah Kintish.

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Employment: senior executives

Within: Employment: senior executives

The sizeable team at Mishcon de Reya LLP has a strong reputation for its work on complex, high-level 'special situations' matters, with regular appearances in the Employment Tribunal, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. The practice specialises in matters at the forefront of employment law, including the gig economy and the gender pay gap, and acts for prominent senior executives, CEOs and board directors, as well as senior partners of law firms and PE houses. Recent highlights include taking a lead role on the headline-making Pimlico Plumbers Supreme Court case on the employment status of gig economy workers, while the firm has also been representing senior female BBC journalists and broadcasters in their equal pay and discrimination dispute with the broadcaster. Daniel Naftalin heads up the team, supported by 'force of nature' Joanna Blackburn, the 'exceptional' Jennifer Millins, Sharon Tan, Greg Campbell and Susannah Kintish.

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