Tamara jointly heads the Employment team. She specialises in all aspects of UK employment law, including equality and diversity matters, and advises employers and employees from a wide variety of industry sectors.
Tamara advises on employment issues arising from corporate transactions and business protection and has specialist expertise in working with growing tech companies, advising senior executives and on dealing with highly sensitive employment matters. She is an experienced litigator, defending and bringing employment claims in the Employment Tribunals, the High Court and county courts, and is skilled in undertaking advisory work on both routine and more complex human resources issues.
Tamara is a regular contributor to Education Law Update, a trade journal for the education sector. She is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and the Industrial Law Society. She is also actively involved in the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility Group and regularly advises charities and social investment organisations.
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