Emma-Jane Taylor-Moran is a trusted, highly experienced Employment Lawyer dealing with all areas of HR and contentious/non-contentious employment law. She delivers astute commercial solutions for her clients, with tact and diplomacy.
Emma-Jane has considerable expertise in conducting high-profile and complex litigation in the employment tribunal and courts for both employers and employees.
Emma-Jane is noted for: High value cases involving the financial services industry and City employees. She has extensive experience of working with public sector organisations, including NHS, Local Authorities, Regulatory Bodies, charities and voluntary organisations.
Emma-Jane’s work includes redundancy, unfair dismissal, and discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, age, religion, disability, maternity and sexual orientation. She also manages claims involving whistleblowing, complex TUPE issues, part-time and fixed-term workers, health and safety dismissals, restrictive covenants, breach of contract, maternity and paternity rights, and flexible working issues.
Services to SME Businesses
Emma-Jane advises SME businesses on general HR and employment law issues, encompassing everything from recruitment to termination.
She offers practical legal solutions and advice to businesses on day-to-day employment law issues, including
- Managing redundancies, restructuring and TUPE transfers.
- Resolving disputes and handling litigation
- Drafting policies and procedures, freelance worker and employment contracts, and settlement agreements.
- Providing expert training to business owners and HR professionals on employment law topics.
Services to Employees
Emma-Jane advises employees on all job-related employment issues, such as
- Advising on employment rights
- Negotiating favourable exit packages and settlement agreement terms
She is highly experienced in representing individuals in banking, financial services, fund management, insurance, consultancy and investment sectors; successfully negotiating swift, dignified and suitably compensated exits on favourable terms.
Emma-Jane advises public sector employees in TUPE, redundancy, disciplinary and whistleblowing situations.