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Alexandra advises employers and employees on the full range of contentious and non-contentious employment law matters. She qualified in 2012.
Alexandra regularly advises employers and employees on Employment Tribunal matters including unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, redundancy and discrimination claims on the grounds of sex, race, religion or belief, age and disability.
Areas of Expertise
Alexandra advises on all aspects of employment law, including drafting and negotiating employment contracts, settlement agreements, termination packages and exit terms. She also advises on the enforcement of restrictive covenants and confidentiality obligations.
She provides practical day-to-day advice on a wide range of HR issues including disciplinary and grievance procedures, managing sickness absence and redundancy procedures and TUPE issues.
What her clients say:
‘I want to thank you very much for your excellent service. I found our meeting and all other communications with you a very positive experience. I was particularly struck by how you balanced a high degree of professionalism with being empathic.’
‘I just wanted to say ‘thank you’ for the support we received, in particular from Alex, who throughout this long and frustrating process always gave excellent advice and brought the matter to a satisfactory conclusion.’
Seminars and publications
Alexandra delivers workshops, seminars and training to HR managers and senior managers on a broad range of employment law issues.
She has written a number of articles for industry publications and websites and is a regular contributor to the firm’s employment briefings.
Alexandra acts for clients in various sectors including healthcare (acting for NHS trusts and GP practices), charities, care homes, hotel and leisure, manufacturing and property. Alexandra also advises private individuals.
She also regularly advises clients under the Employment Law Appeal Advice Scheme and Solicitor’s Assistance Scheme and through Battersea Legal Advice Clinic on a pro bono basis.
Employment Lawyers Association
Industrial Law Society
- All tied up in knots?
26 September 2019 | Employment
- Covert recording of meetings – is it gross misconduct?
31 July 2019 | Employment
- Is it discriminatory to pay shared parental pay at a lower rate than maternity pay?
4 July 2019 | Employment
- New compensation limits in force from 6 April 2018
26 February 2018 | Employment
- The Queen’s Speech and employment law
30 June 2017 | Employment | Immigration
- Early Conciliation and extension of time limits
12 May 2017 | Employment
- British Gas v Lock: The final chapter?
8 March 2017 | Employment
- Contract Bottling Ltd v Cave
3 June 2013 | Employment