Doyle Clayton Solicitors has been recognised as a Leading Employment & Labour Law Firm by Legal 500 – one of the most important independent international legal guides.
In their words:
EMPLOYMENT: EMPLOYERS AND SENIOR EXECUTIVES
At boutique firm Doyle Clayton, ‘unflappable litigator’ Peter De Maria (who ‘combines charm with tenacity’) is acting for Robert Reid and Andrew Brogden in a repudiatory breach of contract claim relating to incorrect bonus payments.
On the employer side, clients include Travelex, Capco and Vitality. Clients also single out the ‘savvy’ Peter Doyle, who has substantial senior executive expertise; the ‘reassuringly good’ Darren Clayton and the ‘steely but sensible’ Jennifer Nicol. Litigator Helen Brooks joined from Goodman Derrick LLP….
IMMIGRATION : LONDON
Doyle Clayton’s ‘business-focused’ team primarily advises employers on sponsor licences, with strong experience in PBS applications.
‘Highly recommended’ practice head Owen Jones successfully assisted Yamaha Music Europe with two Tier 5 temporary worker applications to allow two musicians to enter and perform in the UK. Anita de Atouguia was promoted to partner in 2015.
EMPLOYMENT: READING OFFICE
Doyle Clayton has ‘strong commercial acumen, drafting skills and market knowledge’, and maintains a solid client base within the financial services and insurance sectors.
Tina Wisener advises on a range of issues including senior executive exits, outsourcing and TUPE transfers, Piers Leigh-Pollitt handles data protection issues, and James Anderson has strong contentious experience. Brit Insurance and Sage Group are key clients.
IMMIGRATION : READING OFFICE
Associate Victoria Burnip is the key contact in Doyle Clayton’s Reading office; she handles the full range of business immigration issues, including assisting with sponsor licence applications.
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