Taylor & Emmet Expands Employment Team

9th March 2020

Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, is growing its expert business services department, with the appointment of an experienced employment law specialist.

Chartered legal executive, Clare Moore, joins the firm to provide advice to clients on a range of employment related matters.

Having spent the last six years at Gordons in Bradford, Clare welcomed the opportunity to return to work in Sheffield, where she lives. She brings to Taylor&Emmet’s employment law team a wide range of experience in working with companies and individuals, along with a particular interest in discrimination and whistleblowing.

Clare said: “It is a pleasure to re-join South Yorkshire’s thriving legal sector, as part of a firm with such an excellent reputation for client care and no-nonsense legal advice. I worked with head of department, Kelly Gibson, ten years ago and it is great to rekindle that relationship. I am already fielding a wide variety of enquiries from clients and I look forward to finding positive outcomes to their issues.”

Taylor&Emmet’s employment law team acts for individuals and businesses of any size, across a range of sectors. It deals with all matters encountered in the management of people, including redundancy, TUPE and tribunal cases.

Taylor&Emmet’s head of employment law, Kelly Gibson, added: “Clare’s knowledge, skills and contacts will be a huge asset to the firm and I have no doubt her approachable, empathetic manner will be equally popular with clients. She has already fitted seamlessly into our team and I am really enjoying working with her once again.”

For more information about Taylor&Emmet’s employment law services, telephone (0114) 218 4000, visit: www.tayloremmet.co.uk or follow the firm on Twitter, @TaylorEmmet.

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