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Steven Cochrane

Steven Cochrane

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English

Steven is strategic employment law advisor, working closely with clients across a number of sectors including financial services, life sciences, technology and manufacturing. Steven has developed a particular focus on supporting financial institutions with their strategic people issues including navigating sensitive grievances and conduct related matters; defending high stakes litigation; the legal, commercial and PR aspects of major staff transfers and reduction in force exercises and supporting board executives and HR with the people aspects of both internal and regulatory investigations and inquiries.

Having spent time working in-house with major financial institutions, Steven understands the need to dovetail employment law compliance and HR best practice with the fast-evolving regulatory landscape. He also understands industry nuance and can bespoke his advice to different clients depending on where they fall on the regulatory spectrum. Most importantly Steven brings pragmatism, creativity and a healthy sense of humour to the table when working with clients on business-critical matters.

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Education

  • 2003 - Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Glasgow Graduate School of Law, Glasgow
  • 2002 - LLB (Honours), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
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Memberships

  • Employment Lawyers Association
  • International Bar Association
  • Black Solicitors Network
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12 May 20
In­tern­al in­vest­ig­a­tions in HR cases – best prac­tices...
Em­ploy­ment we­bin­ar series
13 Feb 20
Em­ploy­ment up­date – what’s new in 2020?
There are a num­ber of em­ploy­ment law de­vel­op­ments on the ho­ri­zon in 2020. We have se­lec­ted some of the head­line changes be­low. Fu­ture Em­ploy­ment Bill In the Queen’s Speech only a few days be­fore Christ­mas...
03 Dec 19
Does TUPE ap­ply to work­ers? 
Un­til now we would gen­er­ally have answered “no” to this ques­tion. However, last week the Lon­don Cent­ral Em­ploy­ment Tribunal ruled that TUPE pro­tec­tion ex­tends to “work­ers”, and is not lim­ited...