Nick Hurley, Partner
Nick's practice is in respect of both contentious and non-contentious employment law issues.
AboutNick's practice is in respect of both contentious and non-contentious employment law issues. He has broad experience both in the Employment Tribunals and in the Civil Courts and has conducted cases involving discrimination, whistle blowing and TUPE to name but a few. Nick’s non-contentious experience covers a wide spectrum of work ranging from advising on complex employment documentation, giving strategic advice on reorganisation programmes and all sorts of business transfers.
Nick is a prolific contributor to newspapers and journals, regularly lectures on employment law issues, has appeared on radio and TV and has contributed chapters to a number of books. He is a non-executive Director of the City HR Association and is recognised as a world leading practitioner in Who’s Who Legal.
Nick is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Angelina Georgiewska v BNP Paribas, 2018
- Matthew Pullen v CBRE, 2014
- Christopher Jarvis v Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited, 2013
- Re Integeral Limited  All ER (D) 63 Feb
- IKOS CIF v Vincent Pfister 2011
- Becky Gauld v Katie Price (1) Peter Andre (2), 2008
News & Insights
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Holiday pay: series of deductions and back-pay
This decision is not binding on British tribunals, but it will be persuasive authority for any future appeal against the EAT’s reasoning.
No discrimination in failure to pay men enhanced shared parental pay
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