Chris Kisby > Gateley Plc > Nottingham, England > Lawyer Profile
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Chris specialises in providing employment law advice and assistance in relation to all human resource matters and all employment-related aspects of corporate and commercial transactions (including IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, insolvencies, as well as commercial insourcing and outsourcing arrangements). He also specialises in Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal litigation and advocacy.
He acts for national and international clients across a diverse range of sectors. He has acted for professional sports organisations, sports governing bodies, transport and logistics businesses, media and publishing companies, food and drink manufacturers, global retail brands, security service providers, investment banks and other financial services organisations.
East Midlands > Employment > Employment(Next Generation Partners)
Gateley Plc attracts instructions from large corporates in relation to restructuring exercises, corporate transaction support, senior executive terminations and complex employment tribunal and High Court litigation. Its Nottingham office houses Andrew Macmillan , ‘an employment lawyer at the top of his field‘ and the ‘outstanding‘ Chris Kisby, both equally respected for non-contentious and contentious mandates. Senior associate Helen Webster is another central figure, advising on the full range of employment law. The team was recently strengthened with the addition of Helen Burgess, who formerly led the Nottingham employment practice at Shoosmiths LLP.
- Employment - East Midlands > Employment
- Next Generation Partners - East Midlands > Employment > Employment
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