Date: Wednesday 9th November 2022
Time: 8:30am – 10:00am
Chloe is a Principal Associate, specialising in Employment Law. Chloe originally trained as a barrister and was called to the bar in 2012, having graduated in 1st place in her cohort at bar school and having received the Harmsworth Major Scholarship from her Inn of Court, before cross qualifying to become a solicitor in 2016. Chloe therefore has a strong litigation practice and regularly represents businesses in the Employment Tribunal at both Preliminary and Final Hearings all over the United Kingdom. Chloe also has extensive experience negotiating the settlement of tribunal claims and also represents clients at judicial mediation.
Chloe has a wealth of experience acting for both Respondents and previously Claimants in Tribunal litigation, including claims for unfair dismissal, all types of discrimination and whistleblowing. Chloe has significant experience in litigating class actions. In addition to her litigation work, Chloe provides employment law and human resources advice and training to businesses. Chloe has also spent a year on secondment to a global tech company, acting as in-house counsel and therefore truly understands client needs.
Alexander is an Employment Associate in Eversheds Sutherland’s Employment, Labour and Pensions Practice Group. Alexander regularly litigates matters before the Employment Tribunal. Alexander has acted for clients in cases involving a wide range of employment issues, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing, detriment, wages and breach of contract claims. Alexander also has an interest in civil litigation and has experience of dealing with matters before the County Court.
In addition to his contentious practice, Alexander also advises on non-contentious matters such as issues relating to proposals to change terms and conditions of employment, service agreements, absence/performance management, settlement agreements, policy review exercises and drafting contractual terms. Alexander has worked with clients across a number of sectors including financial services, retail, transport and logistics.