Richard Hitchcock has broad experience of acting as adviser and advocate in the commercial sphere.
In recent years his practice has become principally focussed in four complimentary areas: financial services; occupational pension schemes; civil fraud and financial professional negligence. In addition, he has developed and maintains niche practices in commercial law, construing commercial contracts and within employment law specialisting in advice and advocacy on TUPE issues, with current cases involving the construction of the chance of service provisions and the legal test for establishing a break in the link between a TUPE transfer and subsequent changes of terms and conditions.
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