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Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London

Nigel Forsyth

Work 020 3319 3700
Keystone Law

Work Department

Employment: Employers and Senior Executives


Nigel advises both employers and employees on all areas of employment law including contract and benefits negotiation, termination of employment, discrimination, whistleblowing, TUPE, disciplinary and grievance issues, team moves, and post-termination restraints, share and partnership disputes, LLPs and private equity/venture capital issues.

His practice covers a range of different sectors including financialand professional services, retail, fashion, education, recruitment, sportproperty, publishing, health and hospitality.

Among his clients are household names and high-profile senior executives who frequently attract coverage in the financial press.

Nigel is also an experienced litigator with a strong track record in fighting substantial employment disputes in the courts and tribunals. He is a passionate supporter of mediation and has successfully represented clients in over 40 mediated cases.


2017 Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor
2012-2017 Wallace LLP Partner
2003-2012 Baker Gillette LLP | Partner
1982-2003 Amhurst Brown Colombotti | Solicitor then Partner
198-1982 Speechly Bircham Solicitor
1979 Qualified as a Solicitor
1977-1980 Devonshires Trainee then Solicitor

London: Human resources

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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