Charlotte Bloomfield > Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP > Southampton, England > Lawyer Profile

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP
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Charlotte advises on all aspects of employment law covering a wide range of both contentious and non-contentious matters with particular expertise in all aspects of acquisitions, disposals and outsourcing,  employment status and IR35/off-payroll.  She has a particular interest in advising on complex and strategic non-contentious employment issues.

Charlotte has in-house experience working on secondment for a postal services provider, in particular she was required to advise in a highly unionised environment in relation to all aspects of employment law, including to day to day industrial relations, unlawful strikes (including seeking injunctive relief) and amendments to collective agreements as well as maintaining a flexible and dynamic workforce.  She was also responsible for advising the senior executive team on strategic and sensitive matters.


Qualified year: 2001;  Solicitor, Bishop Longbotham & Bagnall LLP 2001;  Assistant Solicitor, Eric Robinson Solicitors 2002;  Assistant Solicitor, Coffin Mew & Clover 2005;  Solicitor, Bond Pearce LLP 2007;  Associate, Bond Pearce LLP 2008;  Managing Associate, Bond Pearce LLP 2010;  Managing Associate, Bond Dickinson LLP on merger 2013;  Legal Director, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP (following combination) 2019;  Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP 2022.


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South East > Employment > Employment: Hampshire

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP‘s employment team provides the full range of support to a broad range of household names and high-value businesses, with particular experience acting for clients in the retail, education and financial sectors. Practice co-lead Christina Tolvas-Vincent is especially experienced in discrimination issues, reorganisations, and change management, and has a strong track record in advising clients in the retail sector. Fellow team head Jon Hales, meanwhile, is strong in complex transactional work, where legal director Charlotte Bloomfield is also prominent. Daniel Fawcett was promoted to legal director in July 2021, and has expertise in corporate work and litigation, with a developing focus on equality law. Managing associate Ben Duxbury is also recommended.