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Sandro Lavery

Partner at Pini Franco

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2000, Sandro has been known for his straightforward and practical advice on both commercial and employment law. Much of his employment work involves providing day to day employment law advice to both employers and employees on a wide range of matters including unfair dismissal, redundancy, re-organisations, Transfer of Undertakings and discrimination laws. A considerable share of Sandro’s work is helping to resolve conflicts that arise between employers and employees. Having acted regularly for both sides, Sandro understands the key needs and interests of each party and recognises that working with clients to explore these issues ultimately helps to reach goals more effectively. Although, he has successfully dealt with many disputes that reach an employment tribunal, clients have valued the outcome of settlements that Sandro has negotiated on their behalf. Sandro also has a vast experience of advising on a broad range of corporate and commercial issues, often with a cross border element. Particular areas of interest include advising on joint ventures, acquistions, distribution and commercial agency and business start-ups. Sandro regularly advises foreign multinational corporations on their business operations in the UK and acts for well known retailers in the luxury goods sector. He is an active member of the Employment Lawyers Association. In his spare time, Sandro enjoys a number of sports, particularly cycling and tennis and hopes one day to improve his golf swing.

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