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Nick Bailey

Associate

Contact
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
The Blade
Abbey Square
Reading
RG1 3BE
United Kingdom
Languages English

Nick is an Associate in the Employment Team. He qualified as a solicitor in 2015 and specialises in employment law, working with clients across a broad range of industry sectors. He is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

Nick provides businesses with pragmatic and strategic advice on a wide variety of employment-related issues, dealing with both contentious and non-contentious matters. As well as providing day to day employment law support to clients a significant part of Nick’s experience is litigious, having acted for organisations in a variety of employment claims in both the Employment Tribunal and the High Court.

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Relevant experience

  • A global technology company on seeking an injunction to enforce non-compete provisions.
  • A multinational construction company on a large-scale restructuring and collective redundancy matter.
  • Conducting litigation on behalf of a commercial chemical manufacturer & distributor in relation to an Employment Tribunal claim brought by an existing employee alleging race discrimination.
  • A number of large financial institutions on senior executive departures.
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Education

  • 2012 – LLB Law, College of Law, London Bloomsbury.
  • 2008 – BA History, University of Birmingham, Birmingham.
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