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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Governor’s House
5 Laurence Pountney Hill

Work Department

Employment & Labor




Catherine Turner helps leading financial institutions and corporations with their advisory and contentious matters, advising on a broad spectrum of employment matters, including whistleblowing investigations, large scale rationalisation programmes, remuneration issues, sickness absence, disciplinaries, grievances and performance management.

Catherine is highly experienced in leading and running complex, high value employment litigation matters, in particular discrimination, whistleblowing disputes and injunctions. She also regularly advises on post termination restrictions and gives strategic and practical advice on severance arrangements for Board members and senior executives.

Catherine’s key sector is financial services working closely with the firm’s Financial Services Disputes & Investigations group in advising on cross-over employment and regulatory issues, including on sensitive investigations.  This experience in the financial services sector has been reinforced through client secondments. She has a particular focus on advising on remuneration issues dealing with the requirements imposed by the PRA and FCA and has a keen interest in the interplay between conduct, culture and remuneration.



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London > Employment > Employers

(Next Generation Partners)

Catherine TurnerBryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner handles a broad range of employment work including strategic transactional advice, outsourcing, internal disputes and tribunal litigation. The practice is headed by Adam Lambert, who acts on investigations as well as providing TUPE advice in connection with corporate transactions. Rebecca Harding-Hill is also a central part of the team, specialising in employment litigation regarding the financial services sector, with a strong record in claims regarding discrimination and whistleblowing. Further key names include gender discrimination disputes expert Lisa Mayhew and Catherine Turner, who focusses on work related to the crossover of employment law and financial services regulation. Jackie Thomas moved to Fox & Partners in September 2023.