At last we are moving away from a state of limbo over NDAs
What has the government committed to on NDAs? -
published 2 September 2019.
Richard is a partner and head of the firm’s employment practice. He acts for corporates, organisations and senior individuals in relation to employment matters of all kinds. He is frequently asked to advise in situations involving allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace following the rise of the #MeToo movement, and the cases that have followed. His expertise also includes confidentiality and restrictive covenants, executive pay, bonus and severance arrangements, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and redundancy programmes.
We issued a paper in June 2019, outlining some of the key points and suggested areas for enhanced clarity around NDAs, including, employment, regulatory and criminal law issues:
If you have any questions or require advice concerning NDAs and/or allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace, please contact our team in confidence. Our unrivalled experience in dealing with the highest profile and most sensitive cases involving sexual allegations in the workplace enables us to provide expert advice and support to both individuals and companies when they need it most.
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