David has advised employers and employees on all aspects of employment law, contentious and non-contentious, for over 10 years.
David has wide experience in acting for the public sector, as well as private. He advises and represents clients on numerous employment tribunal claims and provides advice on complex non-contentious issues, including the calculation of holiday entitlement for term-time workers, TUPE implications for shared services, bringing in-house GP out of hours services and advising on laws regulating picket lines during period of industrial action.
David regularly publishes articles on current employment law issues, most recently relating to how to manage employees facing drink driving charges.
He undertakes pro bono work at the Cardiff Law Centre, and often advises individuals at employment law clinics in Cardiff. David is also a parent governor at his sons’ local primary school and is familiar with issues in the education sector and governance requirements.
David provides training on implementation of the national minimum wage, employment law updates for HR practitioners and on employment status in the gig economy. He recently provided a one-day training event for aspiring managers on discrimination law, managing difficult conversations and disciplinary processes.