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Mayer Brown International LLP

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Christopher Fisher

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Mayer Brown

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Chris advises on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious matters. His advisory experience includes recruitment and termination of executives; team moves; restructuring programmes, including collective and individual consultation; business transfers and outsourcing; and the implications of the Business Transfer Regulations. His litigation experience includes defending discrimination and unfair dismissal claims in the employment tribunal, and defending and pursuing breach of contract claims in the High Court and the Court of Appeal. He successfully represented the employers in the restrictive covenant cases of: Arbuthnot Fund Managers v. Rawlings (2003) and TFS Derivatives v. Morgan (2005) and, more recently, in the team move case of QBE Management Services v Dymoke (2012).


The College of Law; London University of Reading; LLB (Hons)

London: Human resources

Employment: employers

Within: Leading individuals

Christopher Fisher - Mayer Brown International LLP

Within: Employment: employers

The employment and benefits group at Mayer Brown International LLP, which is led by Nicholas Robertson, is regularly turned to for high-profile matters involving international clients such as FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 businesses. Disputes work is a core focus of practice, which handles litigation management and avoidance, as well as major cross-border matters relating to organisational change and data protection. Robertson, who regularly represents clients in the High Court and Court of Appeal, works in tandem with Christopher Fisher, who is relationship manager for some of the firm's key clients and advises on both contentious and non-contentious matters.  Senior associate Miriam Bruce is also a key member of the team.

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