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Keystone Law
Isle Of Man

Work Department

Human Resources: Employment, Employers and Senior Executives and Dispute Resolution


Rachel is an advocate in the Isle of Man team with specialist focus on employment and dispute resolution. She has assisted with the employment aspects of a number of acquisitions and reorganisations in the Isle of Man, carrying out reviews of employment contracts and advising prospective purchasers of their obligations towards the employees. On the contentious side, Rachel has advised both employers and employees on their disputes, has helped negotiate settlements, drafted compromise agreements and, when a solution could not be reached, appeared before the employment tribunal.
Outside of the employment arena Rachel has a broad litigation experience, having acted in a number of high-value personal injury claims (mostly defendant insurer work), complicated will disputes, and insolvency matters. 


  • Unfair dismissal
  • Contracts of employment and consultancy agreements
  • Compromise agreements
  • Employment tribunal claims
  • Commercial litigation
  • Personal injury
  • Construction disputes
  • Will and estate disputes
  • Inheritance Act claims


Qualified as a solicitor in 2007 at Appleby, joined Keystone in 2016

Lawyer Rankings

Isle of Man > Employment

(Next Generation Partners)

Rachel BerryKeystone Law

Keystone Law provides a full service employment offering, covering a wide range of issues from employment tribunals to redundancy and restructuring. Gillian Christian  and Andrew Marshall advise domestic and international clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters pertaining to employment, including contractual issues and contentious dismissals. Christian is also a qualified Notary Public. Rachel Berry  has experience in advising both employers and employees in matters such as disputes and dismissals. She has also assisted clients with immigration matters.