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Adam Cooke

T: +44 20 7809 2796 Email Adam | vCard Office: London

Adam Cooke Associate

Contact details

Adam Cooke

Adam Cooke
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2796 Email Adam | vCard Office: London

Adam has acted on a variety of contentious matters in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and the High Court. In addition, Adam has varied experience in advising employers and senior employees on all aspects of employment law, which may arise during the course of an employment relationship.
 
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Adam’s advisory work includes providing pragmatic advice on disciplinary and grievance matters, senior appointments and severance, family friendly queries and redundancy issues. Adam also advises on the employment aspect of corporate transactions, including advising on employment contracts and policies, internal procedures, TUPE related issues and disputes and negotiated exits.

Adam advises on the employment aspects of business critical projects such as reorganisations, outsourcings, mergers and acquisitions. Adam advises across a wide range of industry sectors, including the financial services and technology sectors, and a wide range of employers from start-ups to multinationals and public sector bodies.

Adam also provides training to clients and lawyers and has contributed articles to various publications.

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