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Slater and Gordon

50-52 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, WC2A 1HL, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7657 1555
DX:
202 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
Email:
Web:
www.slatergordon.co.uk

Deborah Casale

Tel:
Work 0207 657 1552
Email:
Slater and Gordon

Work Department

Employment

Position

 

Deborah is Acting Practice Group Leader in the Employment Department at Slater and Gordon based in London.   She specialises in acting for senior executives and directors, in particular in the financial services sector. Her work involves all areas of employment law and frequently advising on negotiating settlement agreements of high value and in pregnancy/maternity discrimination cases. She recently took a case to the Court of Appeal regarding territorial jurisdiction.  

Career

Trained at Clyde & Co (qualifying in 2001)
Osborne Clarke and Gannons
Slater and Gordon.


London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Slater and Gordon 'excels in the senior executive space' as 'an outstanding firm with a combative and experienced team, which always gets the results its clients need'. The department is 'genuinely brilliant at litigation' with notable experience in whistleblowing and discrimination claims, high-level terminations, bonus disputes, team moves and professional discipline issues.  Deborah Casale represented an individual employed in Saudi Arabia in an unfair dismissal claim; she is particularly active in the financial services sector. Claire Dawson leads the national practice and has notable expertise acting for clients with disabilaties; other key names include partnership team head Clive Howard, Edward Cooper, Julie Morris and London group head Paula Chan, who is 'a rising star and definitely one to watch with superb judgment and a keen intelligence'.

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