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Russell Brown

Employment Partner at Glaisyers Solicitors LLP

Manchester, United Kingdom

About Me

I am an experienced solicitor specialising in employment law and have exclusively advised clients on this area of law for nearly 20 years.

I act on behalf clients ranging from owner managed businesses to PLC’s across a diverse range of business sectors including retail, transport, engineering, IT, education and financial services.

I aim to keep my clients informed of the frequent changes to employment law and advise them on all aspects of legal and HR related issues. I also regularly act for clients involved in litigation in Employment Tribunals, the High Court and the Employment Appeals Tribunal. 

I would like to think I'm known for having a calm, down to earth and common sense approach to matters! I also recognise the need to provide clients with quick, commercial, practical advice.

I also frequently contribute to a wide range of employment law publications and regularly speak on the subject to businesses, HR professionals and the media. 

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