James Kidd is an employment lawyer, specialising in TUPE.
Kidd’s work includes supporting Mills & Reeve’s corporate and commercial teams in dealing with mergers and acquisitions work and projects, as well as dealing with large redundancy and reorganisation matters. He also deals with the usual mix of helpline queries on day-to-day operational matters, employment tribunal claims, service agreements and compromise agreements.
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