Charlotte Moorhouse focuses her practice on employment matters. She has a wealth of experience in contentious, non-contentious and advisory work. She has counselled corporate clients on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, TUPE, GDPR, family leave and employee status issues and drafted employment contracts, consultancy agreements, settlement agreements, privacy notices and staff handbooks.
BPP Law School, LPC, 2017
University of East Anglia, LLB, 2014
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