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Individual Profile

Nicholas Siddall

Littleton Chambers - London

Nicholas Siddall - Littleton Chambers
  • 3 King's Bench Walk North
  • London, Greater London, UK
  • EC4Y 7HR

Profile submitted by Nicholas Siddall

Practice Areas

Specialises in employment and industrial relations law. His practice includes significant employment related High Court litigation encompassing injunctive relief, wrongful dismissal and high value contractual claims. He also undertakes all facets of statutory employment law including unfair dismissal, collective redundancy, TUPE and Working Time claims. He regularly appears in significant and complicated discrimination and whistleblowing matters on behalf of individuals, unions and employers of all sizes.

Professional Memberships

ELA, ELBA and Northern Circuit

Career

Significant reported decisions include: Roberts v Skelmersdale College [2004] IRLR 69 (dismissal provisions of 2001 rules), GMB v Holis [2008] IRLR 187 (territorial jurisdiction of TUPE), Cokayne v BASC [2008] ICR 185 (issue estoppel), Matuszowicz-v-Hull CC [2009] IRLR 292 (time limits and reasonable adjustments), Fenton & UNISON-v-SYPS [2010] IRLR 930 (presentation of claim), Pinewood-v-Page [2011] ICR 508 (fairness of redundancy), Bridgeman-v-ABP [2012] IRLR 639 (CJEU reference as to Working Time Regulations derogation), Bray-v-Monarch Personnel [2013] IDS Brief 972 (scope of the Swedish derogation in the Agency Regulations), ASE-v-Kendrick [2014] EWHC 2171 (enforceability of non-compete provision) and Day-v-HEE [2016] IRLR 415 (ability of junior doctors to bring whistleblowing claim).