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"Philip Cameron has an excellent strategic approach. He sees the angles to explore to deliver the right result for the client." (Chambers and Partners, 2023)

Philip has a wealth of experience across all areas of employment law with a focus on complex and high value litigation in the employment tribunal, High Court and appellate courts. He has regularly advised on restraint of trade issues including restrictive covenants, breach of confidentiality and team moves. Philip has also handled trade union disputes including recognition issues and injunctions to prevent industrial action. High value discrimination and whistleblowing claims have formed the core of his tribunal practice. 

He has a wide and varied experience in non-contentious issues where his in-house HR experience is invaluable. Such issues include managing redundancies, TUPE, disciplinary and grievance issues, managing sickness, drafting employment contracts, bonus communications, and policies and procedures.

Philip has been recognised as a key lawyer in the Legal 500 (2022) and clients say "he has exceptional knowledge and is highly experienced in his ability to assess the issues that may arise in dealing with our various employment cases." He continues to be ranked a leading practitioner for his industrial relations expertise by Chambers and Partners (2023), the guide notes: 'Philip Cameron has broad experience in employment law and is recognised for his work on industrial relations issues. He is particularly recognised for his authoritative advice on matters relating to trade union recognition.' Clients say "Philip is a great partner to us, and always provides practical, commercial and timely advice."

Philip is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

Philip previously worked for leading global firm CMS Cameron McKenna. He undertook two secondments whilst there, at Royal Mail and at Goldman Sachs. He has also spent three years acting for a former client as in-house employment counsel and head of HR. 


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