Tyson Taylor

Tyson joined Hempsons as a trainee solicitor in 2016 and qualified into the Employment team in 2018. Tyson acts for NHS Trusts and Foundation Trusts on a wide range of employment tribunal matters, including unfair dismissal, redundancy, discrimination, and whistleblowing claims.

Before joining Hempsons, Tyson worked in Parliament on a number of successful campaigns. These included the funding for world class research into antimicrobial resistance, supporting the provision of specialist paediatric cardiology services across the north of England, and improving the availability of IVF treatment and mental health services in Yorkshire. Tyson also worked to progress a private members’ bill to protect animal welfare through Parliament and onto the statute book.

Areas of expertise

  • Employment tribunal claims
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Whistleblowing
  • Disability discrimination
  • Race discrimination

The clients Tyson works with

  • NHS Trusts and Foundation Trusts
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Public sector organisations
  • Charities

Memberships

  • Employment Lawyers Association (ELA)

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law 2011
  • LLB, Law with Australian Law 2010

 

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