Anisha Vyas, Associate
Anisha advises employers and employees on all aspects of UK employment law, including both contentious and non-contentious matters.
AboutAnisha advises employers and employees on all aspects of UK employment law, including both contentious and non-contentious matters. Her work includes drafting and reviewing employment-related documentation, including contracts of employment, staff handbooks and settlement agreements. She also advises on grievance and disciplinary procedures, as well as other workplace and termination issues, including negotiating settlement packages on behalf of both employers and employees. Anisha also advises on employment litigation, including claims relating to unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing. Anisha has extensive experience supporting HR and in-house legal teams having spent time on secondment at Harrods, Gain Capital and World Courier, where she worked on both contentious and non-contentious matters. Her time on secondment has provided a valuable insight into the workings of various HR teams and has strengthened her ability to provide focussed and timely advice.
Anisha is admitted to practise in England & Wales.
- Advising on collective redundancy exercises having guided clients through the redundancy process from initial business discussions, to consultation meetings, to completing settlement agreements with relevant employees
- Leading international projects for global clients looking to harmonise their employment documentation across various jurisdictions
- Bringing and defending claims in the Employment Tribunal, High Court and Court of Appeal
- Negotiating high value and/or commercially sensitive settlement packages on behalf of clients
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