Philip Cameron > GQ | LITTLER > London, England > Lawyer Profile

GQ | LITTLER
21 IRONMONGER LANE
LONDON
EC2V 8EY
England

Work Department

GQ|Littler is the leading employment law firm for employers in the UK and Ireland. We offer risk-based advice and litigation services on employment, immigration, employee tax and incentives issues. We work globally as part of Littler, the world’s largest employment law firm with over 1,600 lawyers in 100 offices worldwide. Being part of Littler enables the firm to seamlessly provide high-quality advice and support across a wide range of international markets and benefit from cutting-edge technology, research and knowledge management resources.

Position

Philip is a partner of the firm with a wealth of experience across all areas of employment law with a focus on complex and high value litigation in the employment tribunal, High Court and appellate courts. He has regularly advised on restraint of trade issues including restrictive covenants, breach of confidentiality and team moves. Philip has also handled trade union disputes including recognition issues and injunctions to prevent industrial action. High value discrimination and whistleblowing claims have formed the core of his tribunal practice. 

Philip has a wide and varied experience in non-contentious issues where his in-house HR experience is invaluable. Such issues include managing redundancies, TUPE, disciplinary and grievance issues, managing sickness, drafting employment contracts, bonus communications, and policies and procedures.

Career

Philip previously worked for leading global firm CMS Cameron McKenna. At CMS Phillip undertook two secondments, at Royal Mail and at Goldman Sachs. He has also spent three years acting for a former client as in-house employment counsel and head of HR.

Languages

English.

Memberships

Philip is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

Education

1997 – 1999: University of Westminster, LPC
1996 – 1997: University of Westminster, CPE
1993 – 1994: University of Edinburgh, MSc in European & International Politics                                      1986 – 1990: University of Edinburgh, MA in Geography