Mr Peter De Maria > Doyle Clayton > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Doyle Clayton
ONE CROWN COURT
CHEAPSIDE
LONDON
EC2V 6LR
England

Work Department

Employment / London / City

Position

Partner:  specialising in all areas of employment law for employers and employees. He has particular expertise in advising on the enforcement of restrictive covenants, team moves and bonus claims in the High Court. He is regularly involved in the resolution of boardroom disputes and in high value and complex employment tribunal cases concerning discrimination and whistleblowing.

Career

Trained at Herbert Smith and qualified in 1999, He joined Doyle Clayton in 2006 from Mayer Brown International. He became a Partner in 2007.

Memberships

Member of Employment Lawyers Association, European Employment Lawyers Association, the Association of Partnership Practitioners and ELLINT Doyle Clayton is a founding member of ELLINT (Employment and Labor Lawyers International), a network of specialist employment law firms.

Education

Main secondary school attended: Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
Universities and colleges attended: Bristol University, York College of Law
(Degrees and qualifications with years attained): LLB 1995, LPC 1996

Lawyer Rankings

London > Human resources > Employment: employers

Doyle Clayton‘s specialist practice provides advice to both employers and senior individuals, working with a variety of clients, including start-ups. The team is led by the ‘shrewd’ Darren Clayton who is ‘skilled at negotiating terms for senior executives.’ Clayton also specialises in restructuring, reorganisations and post-termination restrictions, while Peter De Maria is the ‘go to adviser for senior executive departures and litigation’. Peter Doyle demonstrates ‘immense experience’ working on executive terminations, bonus related issues and business reorganisations.

London > Human resources > Employment: senior executives

Doyle Clayton‘s specialist practice provides advice to both employers and senior individuals, working with a variety of clients, including start-ups. The team is led by the ‘shrewd’ Darren Clayton who is ‘skilled at negotiating terms for senior executives.’ Clayton also specialises in restructuring, reorganisations and post-termination restrictions, while Peter De Maria is the ‘go to adviser for senior executive departures and litigation’. Peter Doyle demonstrates ‘immense experience’ working on executive terminations, bonus related issues and business reorganisations.