Louise, a Cambridge graduate, has practised as a specialist employment lawyer throughout her career since qualifying in 1995, with extensive experience of a wide range of advice to employers and senior executives. Her practice includes day to day advisory work, as well as transactional employment work (due diligence, acquisitions, outsourcing, consultation exercises, harmonisation of terms). Louise also handles litigation, including injunctions and resolution of disputes in the Employment Tribunals and in the Senior Courts. Prior to founding the specialist employment practice Signet Partners in May 2011 Louise was previously a partner at Mayer Brown, and Head of Employment at Boodle Hatfield.
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Nick is a chartered accountant and is a founder of the Firm. He was the Chief Executive of law firm Boodle Hatfield from 2004 to 2008, prior to which he was a partner at Andersen for 20 years. While at Andersen he was variously Worldwide Managing Partner Technology Risk Consulting, Managing Partner EMEIA Risk Consulting and Managing Director ABA Worldwide Strategy. He was also responsible for client relationships with major clients, including FTSE100 companies. He served on the audit committee of The Wellcome Trust from 2003-2009 and is a non-executive at Cambridge University Press.
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Deborah is a solicitor advocate specialising in pensions and employment disputes. She has a wide range of experience acting for trustees, employers, representative members and individuals in Court, mediation and in Ombudsman cases. Most recently Deborah spent five years as a senior lawyer at the Pension Protection Fund, with responsibility for litigation, fraud and other contentious issues. Prior to that she worked at Mayer Brown International LLP for twelve years. Deborah read Law at Cambridge University.
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Emma has a BA in History and an MA in Gender and International Development (with distinction) from the University of Warwick. She has completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and is currently studying the Legal Practice Course, part time, at BPP University Law School. Emma has worked on employment law matters at the Office of Speaker’s Counsel, House of Commons, and within a specialist employment team at the Citizen’s Advice Bureau. Emma has also worked at the Centre for Social Justice and as an academic consultant at the University of Leicester.
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