Michael has spent 30 years based in the City of London, advising a wide range of clients on all aspects of employment law. He is recommended by the latest edition of Chambers UK Guide, which has described him as "excellent, with a great deal of experience".
Michael has an extensive knowledge of the employment issues arising on business transfers. He acts both on the procurement side - for Government and for multinational companies - and for service providers, advising on the TUPE implications of outsourcing and major infrastructure projects. The second edition of his book "TUPE: Law & Practice" was published in April 2014.
Michael gives strategic advice regularly across a range of employment law topics from boardroom disputes to labour relations issues, often with an international flavour. He advised Serco in the landmark discrimination case of Serco v Redfearn, which went to the Court of Appeal.
The rise of the gig economy has led to intense media and political focus on the rights of flexible workers.
Recent reports that star fund manager Neil Woodford is to scrap bonuses at his new firm, replacing them with an increased basic salary and long-term…
If ever there was an example of a law that the UK introduced reluctantly for the purpose of compliance with its obligations as a member of the EU, it…
The social policy of the European Union lies behind a significant proportion of employment law in the UK.
For there to be a service provision change within the scope of TUPE, a number of factors need to fall into place.