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Doyle Clayton

ONE CROWN COURT, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, EC2V 6LR, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7329 9090
Fax:
Fax 020 7329 5050
DX:
42611 LONDON
Email:
Web:
www.doyleclayton.co.uk

Peter Doyle

Tel:
Work 020 7329 9090
Email:
Doyle Clayton

Work Department

Employment / London City

Position

Managing Partner – Advises both corporate and individual clients on matters including senior executive terminations and disputes, bonus disputes, TUPE and business reorganisations, team moves, and restrictive covenant disputes, arbitration and partnership disputes.

Career

Peter is recognised as one of the UK's leading employment lawyers and is known for his pragmatic advice. Peter qualified in 1985 and joined Davies Arnold Cooper in 1986 (now DAC Beachcroft). In 1991 Peter made the move to Titmus Sainer & Webb (now Dechert LLP) where he stayed until 1994. Peter spent a brief period between 1994-5 at Howes Percival. In 1995 Peter returned to London to set up a niche employment law firm as Principal. In 1997 Peter co-founded Doyle Clayton. As Managing Partner he has overseen the growth of the firm into one of the UK's leading employment law practices, building an enviable and loyal base of both corporate and individual clients.
Peter focuses in particular on executive terminations and disputes, bonus related issues, TUPE and business reorganisations, team move and restrictive covenant disputes, arbitration and partnership disputes.

Member

Member of Employment Lawyers Association,
Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators,
Member of the Association of Partnership Practitioners,
Member of the European Employment Lawyers Association.
ELLINT (Employment Labor Lawyers International)

Current directorships: Doyle Clayton Solicitors Limited

Education

Universities and colleges attended: Oxford Brookes University
(Degrees and qualifications with years attained): BA Social Science


London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

'Strong boutique employment firm' Doyle Clayton is 'excellent for senior executive work' and has 'unparalleled strength in depth and exceptional technical knowledge'. Group leader Darren Clayton is 'a wily litigator and knows how to get the best deal for his clients'; he recently worked with Jennifer Nicol to represented an individual in a High Court injunction claim. Clients also praise the 'excellent' Peter Doyle, the 'very sharp and pragmatic' Peter De Maria and 'fantastic collaborator' Dan Begbie-Clench; Doyle is a key name for employment disputes, De Maria recently advised a global financial services business on the recruitment of ten senior investment bankers from a competitor and Begbie-Clench represented a partner in an actuarial consulting business in a race and religious discrimination claim.

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