Naomi Ling is a specialist in employment law and pensions law. She also has significant experience in public law, particularly issues relating to employment and pensions rights.
Ling represents both claimants and respondents in all employment- and discrimination-related issues. She appears frequently in the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, and advises and represents clients in county and high court matters, including bonus claims, claims arising out of collective agreements, Restrictive Covenants and Springboard Clauses, and claims for negligent mis-statement in references. Ling has appeared led and unled in the Court of Appeal on a number of occasions and in 2012 appeared in the Supreme Court in the landmark case of Birmingham City Council v Abdulla, led by Andrew Short QC, a case concerning equal pay claims brought in the civil courts.
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