Doyle Clayton Reading Employment Team Ranked in Band 1 by Chambers

We are pleased to announce that Doyle Clayton's Reading employment team has been ranked in Band 1 in the 2017 Chambers Directory.  

"What the team is known for 

Provides outstanding service to both employers and individuals across the full spectrum of employment law. Also able to assist with areas including benefits and share schemes, pensions and immigration. Specialist expertise representing clients in the finance and insurance industries.

"They are professional, approachable and always keep to agreed timelines and deal with queries quickly and efficiently."

"They are commercial in their approach and outlook, extremely responsive and I always feel they are adding value to the debate."

Work highlights 

Assisted Trading Technologies with its defence of sex discrimination and unfair dismissal claims from a long-serving female employee who had been dismissed on grounds of redundancy.

Notable practitioners

Piers Leigh-Pollitt is called a "beacon for common sense and pragmatism in difficult situations" by clients. His work includes data protection, restrictive covenant and TUPE matters, and he represents employers and individual clients in the finance, pharmaceutical and insurance sectors.

Sources say James Anderson is "a very knowledgeable and pragmatic partner whose patience is unlimited, and who offers a superior level of support to clients." He is particularly known for his work on employment-related litigation.

Tina Wisener leads the firm's Reading-based employment team. Impressed clients say: "She's amazing, she's so commercial and so responsive," and add that "she's fantastic, a great technical lawyer.

Significant clients

Domino’s Pizza Group, Caesars Entertainment, Sage Group, Equifax, Hitachi Capital."