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Mishcon de Reya LLP

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AFRICA HOUSE, 70 KINGSWAY, LONDON, WC2B 6AH, ENGLAND
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Work 020 3321 7000
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Fax 020 7404 5982
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London, New York

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: Corporate and commercial

Partnership

Within: Partnership

Mishcon de Reya LLP’s ‘very strong’ multi-disciplinary team stands out for its knowledge of partnership-related employment matters, particularly relating to member, minority, remuneration and regulatory disputes. On the non-contentious side, the firm handles formations, structuring, drafting of LLP agreements, tax and remuneration advice. The ‘tough and commercially savvy’ Joanna Blackburn has significant expertise in complex LLP exits concerning senior members. Jennifer Millins specialises in restrictive covenant, breach of confidence and team move disputes. Greg Campbell acted for a former partner of an international law firm in relation to a multi-jurisdictional whistleblowing and sexual discrimination case, leading on the litigation strategy and subsequent settlement discussions. In another highlight, James Libson advised an exiting partner from a global law firm on his move to a rival firm.

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London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Mishcon de Reya LLP fields 'one of the strongest teams in the market' that is 'now well established at the highest level for both employer and senior executive work'. Key names include team head Daniel Naftalin, who 'achieves spectacular results'; Joanna Blackburn, who is 'incredibly talented and extremely clever'; Sharon Tan, who is 'technically brilliant and has an incredible work ethic'; the 'highly commercial' Greg Campbell, the 'excellent' Sarah Keeble, and Jennifer Millins and newly promoted partner Susannah Kintish, who are 'undeniably stars of the future'. The firm is considered to have 'the standout group for employment litigation'; recent highlights include defending Pimlico Plumbers in a gig economy case, acting for various senior broadcast journalists at the BBC including China Editor Carrie Gracie in equal pay and discrimination claims and representing Tradition in a High Court claim involving allegations of breach of contract, breaches of the equitable duty of confidence and conspiracy to cause unlawful damage. Kering, Warner Music Group, Expedia, Christian Louboutin UK and Harrods are also clients.

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