Amy acts for and advises both claimants and respondents across diverse spheres of work. Respondent clients have included multi-nationals, local government, schools, universities and colleagues, banks and financial institutions, limited companies, charities and associations and statutory corporations.
Amy appears regularly in tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal and has appeared in the Court of Appeal. She covers a broad spectrum of employment work, including discrimination based on sex and maternity, age, disability, race, nationality, and religion and belief, ordinary and automatic unfair dismissal, redundancy, employment status, TUPE, equal pay, whistle-blowing, health & safety, breach of contract, stress at work, working time regulations, national minimum wage claims, holiday pay and trade union disputes. Her practice includes employment actions in the civil courts, where she has advised variously on restraint of trade and restrictive covenant proceedings and the wrongful dismissal of senior executives. She has also advised/represented clients in relation to employment disputes in Gibraltar and in Northern Ireland.
Amy has extensive experience of representing clients in both judicial and private mediations.
She is experienced at handling all stages of employment disputes, including case management and preliminary hearings to full merits hearings, remedy hearings, reconsiderations and appeals.
She assists with ELAAS work in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.