Employment Lawyer London David Greenhalgh has over 25 years’ experience in providing expert employment law advice to employers and senior level employees.

David has been ranked as an expert in the main independent guides to the UK legal profession frequently over the last ten years.  He has been recommended for his work with both employers and with senior level employees.

Employment Lawyer London

MEET DAVID

David is a Senior Employment Lawyer at Excello Law

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Employment Lawyer London

EMPLOYERS

HELPING EMPLOYERS REDUCE THEIR LEGAL RISK

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Employment Lawyer London

EXECUTIVES

Helping senior executives achieve their desired outcomes

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Extracts from previous editions of the main independent guides to the UK legal profession about David’s work:-

“terrific, really got it right and helps you make the right decision”

“Unstuffy, personable and down to earth”

“innovative, commercial solutions to complex legal and business issues”

“speedy turnaround and punchy, hands-on approach”

 

In advising clients on their employment issues, David utilises his background tactical litigation experience which he gained working on landmark legal cases including Sunrise Brokers v Rodgers, the Omagh bombing civil action against the Real IRA and Almog v Arab Bank.

This Employment Lawyer London website provides useful information and Guides for both employers and senior level employees on a range of employment law topics.

David is based at Excello Law’s City offices at 110 Bishopsgate.

LEGAL INSIGHTS

Can Your Employer Force You Back To The Office/To Be Vaccinated

Can Your Employer Force You Back To The Office/To Be Vaccinated

Many employers are now informing staff about their expected office attendance levels post lockdown.

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The Impact Of Covid On Settlement Agreement Negotiations

The Impact Of Covid On Settlement Agreement Negotiations

Has covid impacted on the tactics used when negotiating exits under settlement agreements?

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David in The Financial Times - redundancy and pension contributions

David in The Financial Times - redundancy and pension contributions

David in the Financial Times - redundancy and pension contributions

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