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Baker McKenzie

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Kim Sartin

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Baker McKenzie LLP

Position

Kim Sartin is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Employment and Compensation team in London. She advises senior legal and HR professionals on a wide range of employment and data protection matters.

Kim is also a member of the Firm's Compliance & Investigations Practice Group where she works with a multidisciplinary team of lawyers in managing the employment and privacy aspects of compliance investigations.

Kim advises on a wide range of employment issues with a particular focus on the global HR aspects of transactions (carve outs, M&A, outsourcing), global projects, complex and high value employment litigation, data protection and compliance, collective rights (unions, industrial action and European works councils), and the employment aspects of investigations, as well as day-to-day HR matters.

Languages

English; French

Member

Law Society

Education

B.P.P. Law School (2002); University of Southampton (2001)


London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

'Leading player' Baker McKenzie 'makes a concerted effort to fully understand its clients' needs' and benefits from its 'incredible global footprint' to advise domestic and international clients on contentious and non-contentious mandates including global workforce restructurings, data privacy issues, investigations, union and collective rights work, regulatory advice and matters involving the financial services sector. John Evason leads the department; he recently represented Addison Lee in a gig economy case regarding the employment status of its drivers. Other highlights include Monica Kurnatowska and newly promoted partner Kim Sartin advising on the employment elements of multiple transactions for Emerson including the carve out and sale of its Network Power business and the sale of the Leroy Somer and Control Techniques businesses; Julia Wilson assisting ICU Medical with the employment elements of its acquisition of the Hospira Infusion Systems business from Pfizer, and Stephen Ratcliffe acting for Suez on its acquisition of GE's global water business. British Airways, Prudential, Alliance Boots and Guardian Media Group are also clients. Carl Richards is also recommended for TUPE and transactional mandates and senior associate Lily Collyer is a key name for financial services clients.

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