Andrew Allen’s employment and discrimination practice encompasses TUPE, discrimination within partnerships, equal pay, restrictive covenants, unfair dismissal, redundancy, working time, minimum wage, breach of contract, parental and carer’s rights, remuneration and bonuses.
Allen appears in employment, discrimination, judicial review and other civil matters in the ET, EAT, County Court, High Court and Court of Appeal, as well as in internal and professional disciplinary and regulatory disputes.
Allen sits as a fee-paid employment judge.
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