Michelle Lamb > Dentons > Milton Keynes, England > Lawyer Profile

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Michelle is a partner in Dentons’ tier one ranked People, Reward and Mobility practice in Milton Keynes, and is an experienced employment law specialist. She provides strategic and risk management advice to a wide variety of public and private sector clients, including a number of large household names. Michelle does a lot of work in the retail, manufacturing, energy and transport sectors, advising venture capital clients on the employment aspects of growth and development projects. She regularly supports Dentons’ international client base with a variety of cross-jurisdictional projects.

Michelle advises on contentious and non-contentious matters. She has a straightforward and commercial approach, and is highly experienced in the employment aspects of all forms of transactional work, change programs and litigation. Michelle is an expert in large domestic and international TUPE outsourcing exercises and retendering processes. She also focuses on whistleblowing, and complex and high-value litigation, including discrimination and TUPE complaints. Michelle guides employers through a variety of sensitive day-to-day issues with a focus on reputational aspects. She also supports businesses in overseeing significant investigations.


College of Law, Guildford, 2008, Legal Practice Course

University of Portsmouth, 2007, LLB in Law and European Studies (2:1)

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Employment > Employment: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

(Next Generation Partners)

Michelle LambDentons

In Milton Keynes, Dentons‘ ‘very robust and versatile‘ team advises a diverse client roster spanning the telecoms, retail and transport sectors. The team regularly dispenses advice on government projects, and transactions in the fintech space. Practice head Sarah Beeby is ‘simply excellent‘, assisting both public and private sector clients with collective consultations, large-scale redundancies, and TUPE transfers. Michelle Lamb focuses on advising venture capital clients on retendering processes, whistleblowing claims and discrimination disputes, while ‘completely trustworthy‘ counsel Verity Buckingham often advises corporations on senior exits, in addition to the defence of tribunal claims.