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Sinead  Casey

Sinead Casey

Sinead Casey is a partner in Linklaters’ employment and incentives group in London. She advises on a broad range of employment advisory and regulatory issues, including executive appointments and terminations, internal and regulatory investigations, group reorganisations and restructurings, outsourcings and the employment aspects of public and private M&A deals. She has particular expertise working with clients on crisis management mandates, advising them on their most challenging and sensitive HR-related issues as they navigate their way through a crisis.

Sinead’s typical advisory work includes counselling on recruitment and termination, redundancy exercises, employment contracts, policies and procedures, grievance and disciplinary proceedings, the implementation of pension and other benefit changes, trade disputes and corporate governance-related issues.

Sinead represents clients before employment tribunals, the High Court and the Court of Appeal, including in unfair dismissal, discrimination and breach of contract claims.

Sinead has a special interest in diversity and is involved in Linklaters’ graduate recruitment programme and various corporate social responsibility programmes.