Marianne Tutin > Chambers of Andrew Burns KC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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Marianne specialises in employment, tax and commercial litigation. Her practice covers all areas of employment and discrimination law. She often appears in multi-day discrimination and whistleblowing hearings in the ET, as well as substantive appeals in the EAT, in which she has appeared unled against a leading employment silk.
She has considerable experience of employment status issues in both the ET and tax context. She is instructed by HMRC in a number of high profile IR35 cases involving the media industry and public sector in the FTT (Basic Broadcasting v HMRC) and UT (Kickabout Productions v HMRC).
Marianne has significant experience in the High Court. She specialises in industrial relations work and acted for Birmingham City Council against Unite the Union in the recent bin workers’ strike (junior to Andrew Burns QC). She also has experience in advising and acting for both claimants and defendants in disputes relating to restrictive covenants.
For more information on Marianne’s practice and latest case highlights, please consult her full Devereux profile.
Publications: Contributing Editor to Discrimination Law (Bloomsbury Professional); Sexual harassment in the workplace (PILJ (June 2018) 7-9); Vicarious Liability: An Ever Expanding Concept? (ILJ (2016) 45 (4): 556-564).
ILS, ELA, ELBA, COMBAR, BILA
University of Durham, Philosophy, Politics and Economics (First Class Hons); GDL and BPTC; King’s College London, LLM (Pass with Distinction).