- Written by
- Emma Thompson, Partner
We are pleased to announce that we feature in the latest Chambers Guide 2022.
Our Employment team are ranked in Employment: The South and Employment Partner, Emma Thompson is also ranked as a leading individual alongside Corporate Partner Nick Gabay.
Below is what the guide said about:
Employment – The South (Band 4)
What the team is known for
Recommended for its work for individuals, the team undertakes a lot of employment tribunal work, representing clients in large-scale litigation across a range of issues. Recently these issues have included sexual harassment and whistle-blowing claims.
Sources say: "They bring clarity and provide jargon-free advice for clients in the ever-complex legal world."
Emma Thompson is specialised in providing employment advice within the education industry. She provides advice on a wide range of issues including unfair dismissal, disability discrimination and exit negotiations.
"She is confident, honest and puts clients immediately at ease with her exceptional interpersonal skills and her clear focus on achieving the best outcome for them."
Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market - The South (Band 2)
Nicholas Gabay advises clients across diverse business sectors. He is highlighted for his abilities handling M&A and joint ventures, as well as related matters concerning employee share schemes.
"He is a really good lawyer who has a commercial mind and is very sensible."
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