This issue is filled with great insights and expert commentary on areas that are relevant to the legal landscape and highlight how the business community is embracing technology, media and telecommunications. There are various topics covered, from new ways of working and digital transformation in the finance sector to data protection regulatory updates and guidance. We also have a series of articles that focus on e-commerce across a number of jurisdictions.
You will also find insights from our lawyers around real estate analytics, tech trends, and data centres.
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Suzanne is an employment law solicitor with 10 years of private practice experience, both contentious and non-contentious (approximately five years in the United Kingdom (“UK“) and approximately five years in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE“)).
In the UAE, Suzanne provides the full range of employment advice to employers including: advising on regulations in free zones, compliance with UAE laws including the Federal Civil Service Law, Federal Labour Law, ADGM Employment Regulations and DIFC Employment Law, employment of UAE/GCC nationals, international secondments and assignments, drafting and reviewing employment contracts and HR policies for local law compliance, recruitment, transfers, terminations, redundancies, post-termination restrictions, end of service gratuity and terminable benefits as well as structuring employment contracts and arrangements across multiple jurisdictions. Suzanne also regularly advises on the employment aspects of corporate transactions including business and share purchases or sales and re-organisation of businesses for local and multi-national clients.
Suzanne has contentious employment law experience and works closely with the firm’s litigation department in respect of local labour court disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Suzanne worked in the employment departments in DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary UK LLP and Irwin Mitchell’s respective Birmingham (UK) offices.
2009 – Qualified Lawyers Transfers Test (QLTT), Central Law Training Birmingham
2004 – Bar Vocational Course, Nottingham Law School
2003 – Law LLB (Hons), University of Warwick
2009 – Admitted as a Solicitor by the Law Society of England & Wales
2004 – Called to the Bar at Lincoln’s Inn