Jeremy’s principal areas of practice are employment law and commercial litigation. In 2009 Chambers and Partners referred to him as “shrewd and determined” and Legal 500 commented that he "stands out as 'hard working'” and “'ready to get his hands dirty". In 2008 Chambers and Partners noted that "clients have a 'great deal of faith' in [his] advice....and described him as "extremely hard-working, exacting, commercial and good on his feet", and the 2007 edition commented that he "can be relied on for 'sage advice' on a variety of employment law issues".
He is the General Editor of the leading work on Transfer of Undertakings (Sweet & Maxwell, looseleaf), the co-author of the leading work on Whistleblowing (OUP, 2007) and contributor to or co-author of other leading works in employment law including on Employment Covenants and Confidential Information, Termination of Employment, and Equal Opportunities.
In 2009 he was appointed as a part time Employment Judge (for the Nottingham region). He is also an ADR accredited mediator.