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Adam is an employment specialist who still maintains a broader civil law practice. He represents claimants, respondents and Union clients at all levels.
In addition to his work in the employment tribunals, Adam is regularly involved in employment-related litigation in the High Court representing Claimants and Defendants in high value claims for breach of contract or restrictive covenants.
He also advises and represents professionals who are involved in disciplinary proceedings with their employer and/or professional regulatory body. This includes appeals to the High Court against decisions of professional bodies.
Cases of note include:
Mohamud v WM Morrison Supermarkets  AC677, SC
Butterworth v Police and Crime Commissioner  ICR 456, EAT
Olsen v Gearbulk Services Ltd  IRLR 818, EAT
Brown v Secretary of State for Education  EWHC 643 (Admin)
Begraj v Secretary of State for Justice  EWHC 250 (QB)
Davies v Haringey LBC  EWHC 3393 (QB)
The Manchester College v Hazel and Huggins  ICR 989 and obtaining costs protection  IRLR 563; Lockwood v DWP  ICR 1257, Court of Appeal
White and Todd v Troutbeck  IRLR 286, Court of Appeal
McDougall v Richmond Adult Education College  ICR 431, Court of Appeal
Called 2001; Middle Temple. Lectures on employment law; regularly contributes to ELA Briefing.
ELBA; ELA; ELAAS; ILS; BPBU.
University College London (LLB).