• Malcolm Cameron

    Qualified Advocate, 34yrs experience

    • LLB (Hons) Law

    Malcolm has dealt with tribunal cases all over the UK for clients both large and small. From wages, unfair dismissal and redundancy claims, through to complex matters such as discrimination and TUPE, he has successfully represented clients’ interests firmly and robustly, whilst providing calm support and reassurance to their witnesses.

    His expertise greatly assists clients requiring last minute assistance with their cases to put the best available evidence before a Tribunal to obtain a good result or achieve a favourable settlement where appropriate.

  • Richard Morton

    Qualified Solicitor, 10yrs experience

    • LLB (Hons) Law
    • LLM, DIP LP

    Richard launched his career within a large commercial practice, moving on to practice law with two of the top ranked (Chambers and Legal 500) Employment teams in Scotland.

    He has acted for both Claimants and Respondents in Tribunal matters and advised legal expense insurers, trade unions and commercial organisations in relation to employment disputes.

    Richard has both a detailed understanding and a varied perspective on how best to manage employment matters from beginning to end. He undertakes almost all of the advocacy in cases he deals with and regularly appears before the Employment Tribunal in England, Scotland and Wales.

  • Nitu Patel

    Employment Law Consultant (Legal Team)

    • LLB (Hons) Law, LPC NDPL
    • 5 Years Employment Law Experience
    • Medical Capability, TUPE & Discrimination

    Having obtained her LLB (Hons) in Law from Leeds, Nitu completed her solicitor training on the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the College of Law in York.

    Nitu’s practical experience was then obtained whilst working at a firm of solicitors undertaking representation for employees’, during which time, she gained valuable knowledge and experience in understanding employment law from the employee’s perspective. Her experience thereafter comprised of representing employers during complicated unfair dismissal and discrimination cases.

    Having engaged in tribunal litigation, settlement and negotiations, Nitu considers her rounded experience in dealing with pre-litigation and post-litigation matters to be an essential advantage to her clients. Moreover, having drafted and prepared contracts of employment and handbook documentation, she is sufficiently equipped to defend and anticipate the outcome of employee disputes, making her more proactive when advising her clients.

    In her spare time, Nitu is a fitness fanatic, paying regular visits to the gym. She is also a member of various sporting clubs where she participates in an annual sports competitions, held in different parts of the UK.

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