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Key figures in Osborne Clarke LLP's 'absolutely excellent' department include group headĀ Victoria ParryĀ and London office headĀ David Cubitt; Parry is praised as 'exceptional at working with clients, getting into their cases and generating confidence' and Cubitt has 'outstanding knowledge and advice alongside a great calmness that really helps in stressful situations'. Parry's recent work includes representing Nomura International in a whistleblowing claim, advising it on Gender Pay Gap Reporting obligations, and acting for Standard Chartered Bank in a constructive unfair dismissal claim. Cubitt recently assisted First Agency with its contractual agreements involving TUPE and handled European employment issues for DocuSign. Lazard, Manpower, Eurostar, Marks & Spencer and Silicon Valley Bank are also clients.Ā Ā Kevin BarrowĀ is a key name for contingent workforce mandates.

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