Daisy Jones

Senior Associate

Daisy is a senior associate in the employment team. She advises on all aspects of employment law and HR-related issues both for employers and senior executives. Daisy has a particular focus on the financial services sector and frequently works alongside the firm’s specialist regulatory lawyers. Daisy is also a member of the firm’s Senior Managers and Certification Regime specialist group. In addition to her financial services focus, Daisy also works for a number of clients in the oil and gas and construction industries.

Daisy’s work encompasses a wide-range of HR matters including executive service agreements, the enforceability of restrictive covenants, disciplinary and grievance issues, redundancy exercises, termination packages and settlement agreements. Daisy has extensive tribunal experience having advised on disputes including in relation to unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing and claims for unfair and wrongful dismissal.

Daisy also has experience of advising corporate clients on the employment aspects of complex cross-border corporate transactions including sales and acquisitions, outsourcings and flotations on both the main market of the London Stock Exchange and AIM.

Before specialising in employment law, Daisy also advised corporate clients in relation to a wide range of pension matters and incentive arrangements.

Daisy undertook a history degree at Oxford University before completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School. Daisy trained at Ashurst LLP, where she qualified into the Employment, Incentives and Pensions Department in September 2011. Daisy joined Fox Williams as an employment associate in July 2014 and was promoted to senior associate in 2018.

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