Sarah Robinson

Managing Partner

Bio

Sarah Robinson is the Managing Partner.

Sarah studied law at King’s College, University of London: LLB Honours degree and Nottingham Law School: Law Society Finals Examinations

Sarah has specialised exclusively in employment law since qualifying as a solicitor in 1996. Prior to founding Alpha Law, Sarah worked for large regional law firms in the East and West Midlands.  As well as the private sector, Sarah has considerable experience of public sector employment issues having been an employment lawyer for Leicester City Council and other local authorities.

Sarah has considerable experience of representing clients in many different industry sectors including insurance and financial services, corporate finance, technology, legal services, automotive, hotel and catering and media.

She is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and hosts regular employment law seminars.

Sarah has a particular interest in cases involving TUPE or disability discrimination.

Outside the office, in addition to being kept busy with her three year old son,  Sarah is a keen skier and enjoys theatre, films and travel as well as swimming, tennis and zumba.

Recent cases include:

  • Advising the Managing Director of a group of companies in relation to potential claims and negotiating a substantial exit package;
  • Successfully representing a senior female executive in a claim for constructive dismissal and payment of a bonus against a leading insurer;

Advising on and negotiating a substantial severance package for a senior executive of an international IT company;

Successfully representing a client in a claim for disability discrimination and unfair dismissal against West London NHS Mental Health Trust.

Reported cases:

Sethi v Greentech International Limited 2008

 

Connect with & Contact Sarah

e. sarahrobinson@premier-legal.co.uk
t. 0845 070 0505

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Areas of expertise
  • Compromise agreements

Negotiating Termination Packages

Disability discrimination

Disciplinary and grievance issues

Issues surrounding TUPE and transfers of businesses/reorganisations

Redundancy