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Specialism: Lawyers Corporate and Regulatory
Location: London, England
Tim advises senior individuals and businesses on employment and partnership law issues. He is ranked as a leading individual in his field by Chambers and by The Legal 500, which describes him as “incredibly switched-on” and a “market leader in senior executive, partnership and LLP disputes”.
Tim has particular expertise in financial and professional services cases in the City. He advises on high-profile, senior-level appointments and departures, team moves and restrictive covenant cases.
He is regularly involved in complex, sensitive cases relating to high-value bonus and breach of contract claims, whistleblowing, discrimination and FCA regulatory matters.
Tim regularly assists senior individuals in resolving disputes on favourable terms or, when appropriate, pursuing litigation in the Employment Tribunal, High Court or via arbitration. Recent cases include representing a high-profile chief executive following his dismissal and advising senior hedge fund and law firm partners on breach of contract claims.
Tim graduated from Oxford University (MA Hons). He joined Stewarts as a partner in 2010 after nine years at Simmons & Simmons LLP.
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Average client size: Under £5 million
Fixed fee offering: No
Number of offices globally: 1-5
5 New Street Square
T: +44 (0) 20 7822 8014
F: +44 (0)20 7822 8080
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Unfair dismissal claim for a senior exec in a multinational company
Acting for a senior executive in a well-known multinational company following their sudden termination of employment. We advised our client in relation to claims regarding breach of contract, unfair dismissal and whistleblowing.
This involved highly sensitive regulatory and compliance concerns that had been raised during the period of employment, involving people at the top of the organisation. The value of the claim was in excess of £5m. The case was settled on confidential terms following mediation. Our client was very satisfied with the outcome