Lois Madden > Carey Olsen > St Peter Port, Guernsey > Lawyer Profile

Carey Olsen
PO BOX 98, CAREY HOUSE
LES BANQUES
ST PETER PORT
GY1 4BZ
Guernsey

Work Department

Employment, Dispute Resolution

Position

Lois is a senior associate in the dispute resolution and litigation team in Guernsey.  Lois specialises in employment law and advises both local and international clients on the full spectrum of contentious and non-contentious aspects of employment law, along with data protection and regulatory issues.

Lois has experience in providing advice and assistance to both employer organisations and individuals. Lois has an interest in professional regulatory law, as well as discrimination law and alternative dispute resolution.

Career

Lois is a graduate of the University of Strathclyde. Lois was admitted as a solicitor in Scotland in 2016, after completing her training with a leading private client firm based in Edinburgh.  On qualification, Lois moved to a specialist employment role with a national firm.  In this role Lois regularly appeared on behalf of clients in both employment tribunals and professional regulatory hearings. Lois joined Carey Olsen in 2018.

Lawyer Rankings

Guernsey > Employment

(Rising stars)

Lois MaddenCarey Olsen

The employment, pensions and incentives team at Carey Olsen ‘is a force to be reckoned with‘ in employment tribunal proceedings. Market-first examples saw ‘powerhouse‘ practice head Elaine Gray and counsel Natasha Newell ( who is praised as ‘an accomplished and fearless litigator‘) handling notable equal pay disputes. Konrad Friedlaender and senior associate Julie Currie are the group’s pensions experts, notably in regards to employee scheme governance issues and risk transfers. Through Mark Dunster, the team leads on matters with significant regulatory elements, including grandfathering provisions, immigration issues and appeals, professional negligence claims, and staff reorganisation procedures for financial services clients. Associate Lois Madden brings ‘an abundance of experience and wise counsel’ to a wide range of discrimination investigations.