Richard Santy is a partner and head of the employment team in Birmingham. He has significant experience across a number of sectors,working with many household names including Next plc, Peugeot, Triumph Motorcycles, Debenhams and Kuehne Nagel, as well as both Aston Villa and Birmingham City Football Clubs.
While Santy advises on all aspects of employment law, he is considered a litigation specialist. He regularly attends employment tribunals and enjoys conducting his own advocacy. He has been involved in a number of high-profile reported cases over the past few years including Cairns v Visteon, Ingram v Bristol St Parts, Rashid v Aston Villa and Oyenuga v Kuehne Nagel. He has also recently advised a department store on a major restructure, provided TUPE advice to a number of public bodies and regularly assist clients with executive severances.
Santy regularly speaks at internal and external seminars, is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and has had a number of published articles. He is also Shoosmiths’ representative on the Birmingham Law Society Employment Law Committee and is the Birmingham Office’s Training Partner.
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