Jamie is an associate solicitor specialising in employment law. He gives empathetic, practical and commercial advice and clients value his responsiveness.
He represents companies in a variety of sectors including retail, video games, property management and sales, fashion, design and tech. The individuals he represents come from all levels of seniority and from business areas such as media, branding, hospitality and finance.
Jamie assists and advises on a wide variety of issues (both contentious and non-contentious), including:
Jamie joined Waterfront in 2021 after completing his training at Keystone Law. Prior to his training contract, he had a previous career in the hospitality sector.
Jamie and the team at Waterfront were really supportive, responsive and couldn’t have been more reassuring as I worked through a situation with my employers
Jamie assisted me with a workplace dispute and I was very pleased with the service. He kept me regularly updated, gave practical advice explained in clear terms and was robust but practical in negotiating on my behalf
We have turned to Waterfront for advice on HR issues for several years now. We find their lawyers to be very knowledgeable, responsive and able to find practical solutions to the HR challenges we face as a large organisation.
Personal pronouns in the workplace – is misgendering discrimination?
Whistleblower Protection: What is a protected disclosure? Considering the five-stage test