Employment; HUMAN RESOURCES

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Employment; HUMAN RESOURCES


1 Eversheds Sutherland (Birmingham) Gowling WLG (Birmingham) Pinsent Masons (Birmingham) Averta Employment Lawyers LLP (Birmingham) Browne Jacobson LLP (Birmingham) DLA Piper (Deutschland) (B'ham) Gateley LLP (Birmingham) Mills & Reeve LLP (Birmingham) Squire Patton Boggs (Birmingham) 2 3 Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP (Birmingham) DWF LLP (Birmingham) Fieldfisher (Solihull) Higgs & Sons (Birmingham) Irwin Mitchell (Birmingham) Shakespeare Martineau LLP (Birmingham) Shoosmiths (Birmingham) VWV (Veale Wasbrough Vizards) (Birmingham) Weightmans (Birmingham) 4 Bevan Brittan LLP (Birmingham) Capsticks LLP (Birmingham) FBC Manby Bowdler LLP (Shrews') Trowers & Hamlins LLP (Birmingham) Wright Hassall LLP (Birmingham) 5 Aaron & Partners LLP (Shrewsbury) Askews Legal LLP (Coventry) Bretherton Law (Birmingham) Freeths LLP (Birmingham) George Green LLP (Cradley Heath) Hatchers Solicitors LLP (Shrewsbury) Lanyon Bowdler (Telford) Sydney Mitchell LLP (Birmingham) Ansons (Birmingham) Band Hatton Button LLP (Coventry) Beswicks Legal (Stoke-on-Trent) Harrison Clark Rickerbys (Hereford) 6 MFG Solicitors LLP (Birmingham) Martin-Kaye LLP Solicitors (Telford) Pickerings Solicitors (Tamworth) Slater and Gordon (Birmingham) Thomas Guise Solicitors (Worcester) Thursfields Solicitors (Kidderminster) EVERSHEDS Sutherland (International) LLP covers the spectrum of employment law, with a client roster that includes Severn Trent, National Grid and St Andrews Healthcare. David Beswick leads the team and has extensive experience in handling outsourcing, restructuring and senior executive issues.

The 'commercial' practice at Gowling WLG works for clients such as Jacobs, Cathay Pacific and the London Borough of Croydon. Practice head Jane Fielding provides 'thorough and thoughtful consideration of complex issues'.

Pinsent Masons LLP is 'very professional', 'easy to do business with' and has 'a high level of knowledge' on employment matters. Linda Jones leads the practice and focuses primarily on non-contentious issues.

Averta Employment Lawyers LLP is a niche practice that represents senior employees on high value claims, and is 'commercial', 'pragmatic' and 'able to work to tight deadlines'.

Browne Jacobson LLP's Birmingham office is headed by James Tait who is noted for his 'fine analysis of situations', 'very good understanding' and 'tailored advice' to clients.

DLA Piper UK LLP has a diverse skillset in employment, with a client roster that includes National Grid Plc, Merlin Entertainment and Hilton International Hotels (UK).

Gateley Plc handles the full range of employment work but is notably strong in confidentiality and post-termination restrictions.

The 'excellent' and 'highly rated' practice at Mills & Reeve LLP handles all aspects of employment for clients including Volkswagen Financial Services, Arcadia and the University of Birmingham.

Squire Patton Boggs is headed by Charles Frost, who has extensive experience in defending high value employment claims, with additional expertise in advising on TUPE regulations.

Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP is predominantly focused on the health and social care sector. The practice is led by Matthew Gregson, who specialises in contentious matters.

DWF is very active in the retail, healthcare and public sectors, with a client roster that includes Bupa, Poundland and The AA.Hannah Robbins heads the team.

The 'excellent' Fieldfisher LLP possesses a 'clarity of thinking' and 'business mindedness'. The 'very knowledgeable' Ranjit Dhindsa leads the team and is 'decisive', 'clear' and 'easy to work with'.

Higgs & Sons provides 'an excellent combination of commerciality and business acumen' with 'knowledgeable and thorough advice'. Tim Jones leads the team and is an expert in contentious matters and often acts as a mediator.

Birmingham-based Fergal Dowling heads Irwin Mitchell's national employment practice and has a strong reputation for handling employment tribunal claims. …

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