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What Andrew can do for you
Andrew supports employers in the health, social care and private sector on employment law issues.
Andrew has a national reputation for his work in handling concerns about doctors (under the MHPS framework), dealing with discrimination issues, employment tribunal claims and TUPE in particular and he has considerable expertise across healthcare employment law.
He regularly provides training for clients on a wide range of employment law and HR issues and is a regular speaker at national conferences.
The Legal 500 directory has described Andrew as “…robust, practical and a safe pair of hands”
Main areas of expertise
- Executive/Board severance
- Reorganisations/ redundancies
Clients he works with
- NHS trusts and foundation trusts
- Private sector
- Employment Lawyers Association (ELA)
You are invited to join us as we host a series of FREE employment law seminars in our Harrogate, London, Newcastle and Manchester offices this Autumn. The seminars will cover current employment law issues that we know can cause headaches for HR professionals and are designed to offer sound legal guidance, as well as practical tips to help you manage these tricky areas.View Event
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HPMA North West in conjunction with Hempsons and 9 St Johns Street Chambers present a mock employment tribunal on 5 December 2017.
The Fit and Proper Person Test is meant to ensure that anyone at director level in the NHS has the attributes and values needed for the job.
Deciding when is appropriate to terminate the employment of an employee who has been long term absent due to ill health is a difficult decision. The Court of Appeal’s decision in O’Brien v Bolton St Catherine’s Academy  EWCA Civ 145 provides some useful guidance on this issue
The fit and proper persons requirement - how the requirement works in practice and how it might be extended in the future.