Daniel Barnett is highly regarded for his employment and HR law expertise, representing both employers (80 per cent) and employees (20 per cent).
He has appeared in many Court of Appeal and Employment Appeal Tribunal cases together with complex High Court employment litigation, as well as regularly appearing in employment tribunals.
Barnett is widely recognised for public access work and has a number of FTSE 100 clients and NHS Trusts where he is instructed directly by their HR departments. He has recently acted for a Royal Family, several international airlines, a global leisure industry company, as well as a myriad of SMEs. Employee clients range from senior executives of quoted companies through to David and Victoria Beckham’s nanny. His specific areas of interest are post-termination restrictive covenants, age discrimination and retirement issues, industrial law (strikes), employment agencies and permanent health insurance disputes.
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