Our talented, experienced and solution driven team is committed to delivering the highest possible level of client service and regularly work together across our global locations to provide expert multi-jurisdictional advice.

With close ties to local governments, we are often consulted on, and help to share, new laws brought into force across the jurisdictions in which we operate.

Our global presence enables us to provide timely and comprehensive legal advice at the times most critical to our clients.

Our team provide advice on the full spectrum of employment and immigration issues, including:

  • Contracts of employment
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Disciplinaries and investigations
  • Data protection and GDPR
  • Pensions
  • Redundancy
  • Discrimination
  • Immigration
  • Trade unions
  • Employment incentives
  • Restrictive covenants
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Caren Pegg

Partner: Isle of Man

T +44 (0)1624 647 636
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Richard Sheldon

Group Partner*: Guernsey, Jersey

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Olwyn Barry

Group Partner: BVI, Jersey

T +44 (0)1534 818 357 or + 1 (284) 393 5345
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Keira Gore

Counsel: Isle of Man

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Linda Helm

Senior Associate: Jersey

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Emily Ashe

Associate: Isle of Man

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Bradley Houlston

Senior Associate, Head of Employment & Immigration: Bermuda

T +1 441 298 3250
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Jordan Knight

Associate: Bermuda

T +1 441 298 3213
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Rachel York

Paralegal: Bermuda

T +1 441 298 3214
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