I am an employment and immigration law specialist with particular experience in the healthcare, local government, education, social housing, financial institutions and retail markets. My area of specialism is managing discrimination disputes and I have handled many substantial race and disability claims for clients. My experience ranges from internal disciplinary and grievance levels, right up to representing matters in the Court of Appeal.
I also regularly advise clients on HR projects such as TUPE transfers, restructurings and changes to terms and conditions.
My practice also extends to leading an in-house immigration law group that advises both the public and private sector on how to protect their top talent recruited from both inside and outside the European Union.
I regularly provide training to clients on employment, immigration and discrimination issues.
- I acted on one of the UK's largest whistleblowing cases involving an aerospace company.
Bevan Brittan advises on YMCA merger in the Midlands
Merger creates YMCA Heart of England
New year, new immigration policy
The government publishes initial details of its new immigration policy effective from 1 January 2021
Immigration Law Review - January 2020
Reflections on 2019 and looking ahead to the coming year
Employment Eye October 2019
Bevan Brittan's employment law report for October 2019
Employment Eye - Alert: Settled Status Scheme: how settled is it…?
Reflections on the settled status scheme in event of no deal
Auto Pilots - The automotive sector challenge
Insider Magazine reports on the recent Bevan Brittan automotive manufacturing roundtable
Employment Eye April 2019
Bevan Brittan's employment law report for April 2019
Brexit - EU Nationals and their Immigration Status
Many EU nationals working and residing in the UK are uncertain as to what Brexit will mean for them. What is the current legal...
Higher Education in Focus - Employment Eye
Trouble ahead? Expired warnings lawfully taken into account where the...
Ashley Norman looks at expired warnings lawfully taken into account where the employer expected future misconduct issues.
Employment law news round-up, October 2016
The latest employment law news in brief for October 2016.
20,000 reasons to review immigration status
Fines of £20,000 and a tougher approach to enforcement mean that employers need to get to grips with the new Immigration Act.
No such thing as a free voucher
Childcare vouchers and maternity leave - a new departure and cost saving for employers?
Employment Eye - Employment news round-up, September 2015
As rugby-fever sweeps the country, Ashley Norman reports on the following developments off the pitch: the latest immigration law...
Alert! Employment tribunal fees update
The fees paid by claimants in order to use tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal continue to be a hotly contested political...
Immigration - Alert!
Whilst press attention has focused on the ongoing crisis in Calais, James Brokenshire, Immigration Minister, has announced this...
Employment news round-up, June 2015
In this month's employment law news, Employment Partner, Ashley Norman focusses on key aspects of the NHS Employers response to...
Ashley Norman looks at two recent cases which provide helpful clarification on two potentially knotty problems which may arise...
Ashley Norman of Bevan Brittan LLP regularly handles discrimination issues. He has a broad client base, advising clients such as healthcare companies and academic institutions.