Adam Lambert is a partner in the firm's employment and pensions team and has practised employment law since 1996. He joined the firm in 2011 on the firm’s merger with Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP and has previously gained wide-ranging high quality experience with City and national firms.
He works with clients in finance, IT, property, retail, technology, manufacturing and professional services sectors as well as various areas of the public sector such as police authorities, universities and NHS trusts.
He has been a key advisor on many major change management projects such as large-scale business sales, outsourcing, redundancies and the reform of employment terms.
He has worked extensively on complex boardroom and partnership disputes, working alongside corporate and tax colleagues in respect of shareholder and profit share issues as well as employment issues.
He has acted on behalf of businesses in the High Court in obtaining injunctions to prevent ex-employees working for competitors or using confidential information.
He has managed cases which have progressed to the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords or Supreme Court and which have become leading authorities in their area.
Adam frequently lectures to and writes articles for HR professionals, commercial managers, in-house lawyers and other employment lawyers on subjects such as outsourcing, discrimination, executive severance, disciplinary matters, part-time workers and stress-related illness.