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Neil Maclean

Neil Maclean

Partner

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Scotland

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Head of our Employment Practice Group, Neil works directly with clients on employment law issues and collaborates with the firm's experts in pensions, tax, employee incentives and immigration to deliver our wider human resources service. Neil has strong experience of assisting clients to navigate through the complexities of employment and equality law.

He has particular expertise in managing complex business transfers and restructuring programmes, involving TUPE and redundancy, collective consultation and industrial relations issues and insolvency. He provides excellent corporate support. Neil is a strategic thinker and also keenly pragmatic and commercial. Neil is an experienced advocate in both the employment and employment appeals tribunals.

He has also been involved in cases before the Court of Session, English High Court, Supreme Court, CJEU and ECHR and has also been successful in using mediation as a route to resolve disputes promptly and commercially. Chambers and Partners, which lists Neil as a Leader in his Field, remarks that he is "extremely sharp and knowledgeable as well as an "excellent communicator".

Admitted in Scotland.

Professional Career

Professional Associations

Law Society of Scotland
Employment Law Group
Employment Lawyers' Association
Scottish Discrimination Law Association
Society of Writers to the Signet

Articles

The Changing Employment Landscape: Employment Law Hot Topics 2019
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, February 2019

Whether you are a start-up looking to hire your first recruit or an established multi-national business, navigating the world of employment law can be tricky. WithBrexitstill firmly at the top of the bill, we take a look at some of the challenges ahead for employers large and small. As businesses struggle with significant skill shortages, expect difficulties around international recruitment and gender pay disparities to be key issues in the year ahead...

Non-Compete Restrictions for Employee Shareholders: Lessons from the Commercial Court
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, January 2019

Employers will often include restrictive covenants in employment contracts to ensure their business interests are protected when an employee leaves. Where the employee is also a shareholder, there may be similar restrictions contained in a separate shareholder’s agreement...

Brexit, Immigration an Free Movement: Issues for Employers
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, August 2016

The effect of Brexit on EU nationals living and working in the United Kingdom will undoubtedly be of interest to many employers as things develop over the coming months. The provisions for leaving the EU are outlined in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, which states that "Any Member State may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements...

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