Ruby Dinsmore

Employment Law


Ruby is an employment lawyer/solicitor with extensive experience advising SME’s, Start Ups and Senior Executives. Ruby recognises the individual needs of each client on both a commercial and personal level and identifies the most appropriate way forward for them. She is regularly commended by her clients for her ability to provide concise, practical and forward thinking advice.


SECTORS: Employment Law | Employment Disputes | Senior Executive Exits


Ruby’s client base is made up of growing, dynamic businesses including UK start-ups, established SMEs and Senior Executives.


She has extensive employment law experience and advises employers and employees on contentious and non-contentious matters including unfair dismissal, settlement agreements, breach of contract, redundancy and discrimination cases.


Ruby regularly speaks at seminars and business events on topical employment law issues providing business clients with the knowledge they need to successfully run their business.


She has contributed to articles and books on employment law in local and national newspapers and trade publications such as Personnel Today, Jordan Publishing, Workplace Law and International Workplace. She has appeared on the BBC, local and national radio and TV.


Before qualifying as a solicitor, Ruby worked for IBM and BT. During her time with BT she worked as an International IT Project Manager and later as a Business Improvement Consultant.



The areas she advises on include:


  • All forms of documents governing relationships in the workplace including service agreements contracts, handbooks, policies and procedures;
  • Advising on small and large scale redundancies;
  • Managing and exiting staff;
  • Negotiating settlement agreements (formerly known as compromise agreements);
  • Post Termination Restrictions and Confidentiality Obligations;
  • Unlawful discrimination;
  • Whistleblowing;
  • Unfair dismissal.


SECTORS: Employment Law | Employment Disputes | Senior Executive Exits


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SECTORS: Employment Law | Employment Disputes | Senior Executive Exits