Nick is a partner in the London office specialising in both contentious and non-contentious employment work. He has particular expertise in the international aspects of employment law, industrial relations law and in the employment aspects of sport – particularly professional football. He advises on a wide range of HR problems, policies and strategy including the management of large-scale business re-organisations.
Nick is a partner in the London office specialising in both contentious and non-contentious employment work. He has particular expertise in the international aspects of employment law, industrial relations law and in the employment aspects of sport – particularly professional football.
Nick’s client base includes senior executives, managers, coaches and backroom staff. He provides a full range of advice for his clients that includes document reviews; general employment advice and employment litigation in the High Court, Employment Tribunal and specialist sports arbitral courts tribunals
Nick is the author of Trade Union Law and Collective Employment Rights (Jordan); an editor of the Sweet & Maxwell Employment Law Encyclopedia; and a contributor to Tolley’s Employment Law Service and Tolley’s Health and Safety Handbook. Nick qualified in 1999 and became a partner at Thomas Cooper in 2015 prior their merger into Penningtons Manches Cooper in 2020.Nick is recognised by the Legal 500 as being "hugely experienced”, “great to have in your corner” and “an employment specialist who will get results for managers and backroom staff”.
Nick also acts for executives on their appointment at, and termination from, football clubs, and for player managers.
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