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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

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Rebecca Harding-Hill

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner HRO

Work Department

Employment, pensions and incentives.


Partner. Specialises in all aspects of employment law with particular expertise in high value litigation including injunctions, discrimination and whistle-blowing claims, and represents clients in the Employment Tribunal and High Court. Rebecca advises clients on restructuring and managing business change. She is also experienced in issues concerning ill-health of employees and group income protection benefit.


Trained Hunters; qualified 1995; consultant at Bangkok Attorney, Bangkok; Warner Cranston, London; McDermott Will & Emery, London; partner Berwin Leighton Paisner 2006 to date.


Employment Law Association


Oxford High School for Girls; St Peter’s College, Oxford University (1991); York College of Law (1993 distinction).

London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives

Within: Leading individuals

Rebecca Harding-Hill - Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Within: Employment: employers and senior executives

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP's expertise spans employment litigation, regulatory advice, international issues and transacitonal support with notable experience in the financial, retail and IT sectors. Firm co-chairĀ Lisa MayhewĀ andĀ Rob EldridgeĀ are key names to note; Eldridge is recommended for restrictive covenants issues in the High Court and high-value discrimination claims. 'Excellent communicator' and new practice headĀ Rebecca Harding-HillĀ is 'a clear choice for contentious work' and also handles work in the financial services sector, and senior associate Bradley HoulstonĀ is another name to note. Key clients include Tesco, UBS, Thames Water, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse.

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