Charlotte has extensive experience of across the full range of statutory employment matters, as well as high court employment work. She has appeared in the Privy Council, Court of Appeal, Employment Appeals Tribunal and High Court as well as frequently appearing in tribunals across the country. She is recommended in Chambers and Partners for her “technical excellence” and “fiery, competitive edge” and for being “a highly fluent and confident advocate who goes beyond the call of duty".
Charlotte’s high court employment practice covers business protection issues such as breaches of covenants, breaches of confidence and team moves and bonus claims.
Her tribunal practice covers all aspects of discrimination, TUPE, redundancy and whistleblowing as well as unfair dismissal. Charlotte also deals with the range of procedural and jurisdictional issues that can arise.
Examples of her cases include:
Spaceright Europe Ltd v Baillavoine and another  IRLR 111. Case in which the Court of Appeal considered the scope of transfer-related dismissals by administrators. Led by Gavin Mansfield.
Steven Kent Jervis & Others v Victor Skinner  UKPC 2. Appeal to the Privy Council from the Supreme Court of the Bahamas, in a case concerning breach of a profit share agreement and an employment contract. Led by Adam Solomon.
Dixon v DHL Ltd & Others. EAT concerning the definition of contract workers under s 7 of the RRA 1976. Sole counsel.
Johns v Solent SD  IRLR 820. Court of Appeal case concerning the stay of claims based on the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations. Led by Adam Solomon.