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Keystone Law

48 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, WC2A 1JF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 3319 3700
Fax:
Fax 0845 458 9398
DX:
2307 VICTORIA
Email:
Web:
www.keystonelaw.co.uk
Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London

Paul Daniels

Tel:
Work 020 3319 3700
Email:
Keystone Law

Work Department

Employment: employers and senior executives

Position

Paul is a top-ranked UK employment lawyer with wide-ranging expertise across all areas of employment law including executive dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing, contract disputes and sport.

Paul’s impressive case portfolio includes complex, high-value and international matters which see him acting for partners, fund managers, city executives and sports stars.

Previous sport clients have included Roy Hodgson, Mark Hughes, David Moyes, Andre Villas-Boas, Nicky Barmby, Avram Grant, Steve McLaren and Alex McLeish. Other sport cases have involved top Premiership and England International footballers, and leading cricketers and rugby stars.

Paul also sits as a part-time employment judge following his appointment in 2005.

Areas of expertise:

  • Whistleblowing
  • Discrimination
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Sports litigation
  • Contract disputes
  • Maternity and gender discrimination
  • Good leaver/bad leaver share disputes

Career

2018 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
1995 - 2017 Slater and Gordon | Partner
1991 - 1995 Linklaters LLP | Trainee then Associate
1991 Qualified as a solicitor


London: Human resources

Employment: employees/unions

Within: Leading individuals

Paul Daniels - Keystone Law

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Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Keystone Law's 'innovative business model allows for a flawless service, first-rate advice and a pragmatic approach' across the full gamut of employment law issues. The department saw significant growth in 2017 and 2018 with 13 partner-level recruitments overall. Key additions include Paul Daniels, who joined from Slater and Gordon and is active in the sport sectors; Juliet Carp who joined from Kingsley Napley LLP and is the chair of the Employment Lawyers Association; Nick Tsatsas who moved from Fladgate LLP, Nigel Forsyth from Wallace LLP, the 'responsive' Angharad Harris from Watson Farley & Williams LLP; and Sofia Syed who joined from Mundays LLP and is 'always available with punctual and precise professional counsel'.

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