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            Tim Scott

            Head of Employment (Liverpool) // Partner

            Tim specialises in employment law and has wide experience of giving practical advice to employers in the private and public sectors on both contentious and non-contentious issues.
            Sectors

            Education, Public Sector

            Services

            Employment

            • +44 (0)151 907 3152
            • +44 (0)7798 700 476
            • +44 (0)151 907 3030
            • wal.fwd@ttocs.mit
            He has particular expertise in relation to TUPE. He is also an experienced employment tribunal and employment appeal tribunal advocate and regularly designs and runs training sessions for clients.

            Tim is a partner and Head of the Employment team in Liverpool. He is a member of DWF's Education Group and the Employment Lawyers' Association.

            Other areas of expertise include discrimination, TUPE and trade union related issues.

            Tim maintains "long-standing relationships with some of the firm's main clients. Peers are impressed by the way he achieves results." 

            "Renowned employment lawyer Tim Scott is praised by clients for his service and communication skills. He is very knowledgeable but completely approachable. I can ask him anything and he gives his answers in a manner I can understand." 

            - Chambers Directory 

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