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Chris Pavlou




Chris Pavlou is an employment lawyer with a corporate background.

Skilled and experienced in advising and supporting clients, and developing exceptional relationships and new business opportunities with a wide range of organisations (from multinational corporations and charities to small, owner-managed businesses) and individuals (many including senior executives). I work closely with clients to achieve the optimum outcomes for them by providing strategic, commercial and pragmatic advice.

He is a qualified lawyer with specialist expertise in employment law, and in-depth corporate experience. I provide advice to a wide range of clients from large national / international companies to SMEs and individuals.

Chris advises on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious matters, for example: employee matters relating to share and business sale / purchase transactions; senior executive terminations / exit strategies; TUPE; business re-organisations / redundancies; international assignments; whistleblowing; data subject access requests; industrial action; restrictive covenants; bonus schemes; employment tribunal litigation (including unfair dismissal, discrimination, breach of contract); and settlement agreements.

He is also skilled in delivering bespoke training for clients (current and prospective), in-house and externally, on various aspects of employment law.

Chris approaches matters with a plain speaking and common-sense attitude, giving strategic advice to get the best outcome for his clients.

He was listed in the Legal 500 directory 2017 as a Legal 500 Recommended Lawyer, noting him as 'One to watch’, ‘friendly’ and ‘fiercely fights his clients’ corner extremely well’.

Chris’ Experience

• Acting for a large national logistics company on a number of employment tribunal claims

• Advising an international healthcare product provider on a range of employment law issues

• Providing advice to a large international organisation on the restructure of part of its business

• Advising a senior executive on the termination of his employment, including advice on his directorship, shareholding and share option schemes

• Advising an organisation on the overseas assignment of employees to China, Australia and the USA


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David Tinsley, Managing Director


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