Helen Monson is a Senior Employment Lawyer. She has extensive experience of the full range of employment law issues, including contentious and non-contentious employment matters, ad hoc employment queries, corporate support and employment insolvency issues. She advises both employees and employers.
Helen has worked in the legal sector 1997 and has worked at a number of leading law firms in London and the Thames Valley, including Charles Russell Speechlys and Fox Williams.
Helen's clients range from major organisations to smaller businesses, charities and senior executives, many of whom work in the City. She has a reputation for offering pragmatic, jargon-free advice that her clients can act on.
Helen particularly enjoys partnering with employer clients to help them grow their teams and resolve employment issues. Over the years she has worked on many significant matters, including advising a listed company on its international employment and secondment arrangements and drafting employment contracts and related secondment agreements.
Helen has also advised a multinational communications company throughout a wide-ranging redundancy and TUPE exercise affecting employees in several countries.
She has experience of gender reassignment discrimination claims and a particular strength in advising on restrictive covenants.
Helen has been recommended in both The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Directory numerous times, described by clients as being “quick and responsive” having “excellent client care” and adopting “a highly commercial outlook.”
“Helen is detail-orientated and produces outstanding results. I would have no doubt in recommending Helen to represent anyone.”
“The immediate support in understanding the details of my case and the clear direction was excellent. There was a sense of urgency and accuracy in all communications that really helped in clarifying the various options open to me. The result was more than positive.”
Susie is a specialist employment lawyer who advises individuals and businesses on all aspects of employment law/HR-related matters.