“I would like to thank you personally for your hard work and support on getting this matter closed. I would recommend you and your company without hesitation.”

A Client

Moira is an experienced employment solicitor. She has successfully represented both employers and employees at the employment tribunal. She regularly advises clients pursuing and defending claims for unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing.

Moira has extensive experience advising senior executive employees in negotiating sensitive exits and providing day to day advice to clients, from a variety of industries, on all aspects of employment law including:

  • redundancy situations;
  • employment contracts, staff handbooks and consultancy agreements;
  • settlement agreements;
  • disciplinary and grievance procedures;
  • performance management issues;
  • commission and bonus payments;
  • business restructuring and reorganisation;
  • data protection;
  • confidentiality issues; and
  • restrictive covenants.

Moira’s clients include both senior executives and employers, working within a broad range of industries. She has recently acted for employees and employers within the financial services, media, design, manufacturing and fashion industries.

She often advises clients who are dealing with difficult emotional circumstances and has a track record of sensitively, yet commercially, guiding clients through their employment situations, in order to reach the best possible outcome.

Prior to commencing her career in law, Moira worked in headhunting in the financial sector, in Tokyo. She read History at the University of Warwick and obtained an MA (with Distinction) from SOAS, University of London.  She studied the GDL and completed the LPC with Distinction at the College of Law, London.

She regularly presents at client seminars and training events on employment law issues and has recently spoken on topics including mediation, early conciliation and social media in the workplace. 

what clients and directories say

“You have been wonderful and I will recommend you I am sure to, a no doubt growing list of people in the future”

A Client

“I would like to thank you personally for your hard work and support on getting this matter closed. I would recommend you and your company without hesitation.”

A Client

“I am very grateful to you for your assistance with recent matters, your support was invaluable to me during a very difficult period.”

Client

“I personally would like to thank you so much for all the work that you did for us.   We don't like the stodge/incompetence of provincial firms which explains why we came to you.  We both had memories of the past (almost back to the late 80s when Kingsley Napley was a name to be reckoned with!) wanting top quality quick, effective, legal and commercial advice with no messing about and that is exactly what we got - but plus, plus, plus as everyone was so quick to respond, courteous, helpful and ready to laugh with us. Just great!

Client

We really appreciated your weighing up of the situation and balancing one thing against another.  At the end of the day, yes a sensible solution was achieved and we are on to the next thing.

Client

So, all in all a good result and thank you very much again.  You deserve to be at the very top and recognised as such.”

A Client

“Your help and advice was invaluable and the time and trouble you took is much appreciated”

Client

“I really appreciate the effort that Moira put in on my behalf, especially going the extra mile to turn things around at the weekend, against a background of a cost-conscious client".

Client

"I will definitely continue to recommend Kingsley Napley to friends if they are unfortunate enough to find themselves in an uncomfortable position at work.”

Client

“thank you for your very prompt, efficient, and professional services”

Client

“I have been delighted by the care and attention that I have received from Andreas and Moira. They make a great team and have navigated me through this nightmare with excellent advice and great humanity. I would not hesitate to recommend Kingsley Napley to others.”

Client

 

Recent cases

  • Represented employee client who brought high value discrimination claims against her City employer. Advised and represented client at a mediation and successfully negotiated the terms of a substantial settlement;
  • Successfully and commercially resolved substantial whistleblowing Tribunal proceedings brought against an employer client;
  • Made a successful application for strike out of unmeritorious Tribunal claims, brought against an employer client,  for unfair dismissal, breach of contract and unlawful deduction of wages;
  • Worked with the firm’s criminal and dispute resolution departments to carry out an internal investigation on behalf of an employer client and advised on related employment processes, such as the suspension of the client’s CEO and related issues.

 

Professional Societies and memberships

 

Further Information

Outside the office Moira enjoys travelling, yoga, netball and spending time with family and friends. 

 

Insight from Moira

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Blogs

The tax treatment of settlement payments: Are payments made to employees on account of injury to feelings, discrimination or termination of employment, subject to tax?

Case update: Associated employers, continuous employment and the importance of being transparent with the Employment Tribunal

Case update: Can companies bring discrimination claims?

Legal update: Diet-controlled type 2 diabetes is not automatically a disability

Legal update: Beware! An exchange of emails could constitute a binding settlement

Legal update - Is it unlawful for employers to discriminate on the grounds of obesity?

Legal update: Employee’s prior repudiatory breach of contract did not prevent him from being entitled to bring a constructive dismissal claim

Legal update: Restrictive covenants - the risk of getting it wrong

Legal update: Duty to make reasonable adjustments for non-disabled employees “associated” with a disabled person

Obesity-based discrimination – a growing problem

Legal Update: Statutory Holiday Pay should include both basic salary and average commission payments

Legal Update: Dismissals due to harmonisation of terms after a TUPE transfer were automatically unfair

Employment rights come at a price

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...but with minimal disruption to your business

Vicarious liability and social media - what are the risks to employers?

Managing drug misuse in the workplace – do you have the correct policies in place?

Move Over Yummy Mummies…Here Come the Dishy Dads!

Significant employment law changes introduced on 6 April 2012

Managing the impact of the challenges posed by social networking in the workplace

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Contact Moira

+44 (0)20 7369 3787

mcampbell@kingsleynapley.co.uk

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