Please see our Employment team below :
Darren Tibble, Employment Partner, Solicitor
Darren Tibble joined Coffin Mew’s Employment Law Team in 2006 and became a Partner in 2008.
Darren advises on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law. Darren has extensive experience in corporate and transactional work and large-scale collective consultation and redundancy programmes. Darren also undertakes a significant amount of complex litigation in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and High Court. His client base includes large public listed companies, universities, housing associations, local authorities and SMEs, as well as senior executives. Darren has a particular interest in TUPE and all aspects of discrimination law.
Darren is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and has gained the National General Certificate with Distinction from the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. Darren also speaks fluent French. Darren is a regular speaker at Coffin Mew’s internal and external seminars.
Darren’s work includes:
- Redundancies, restructuring and collective dismissals
- Employment aspects of mergers, acquisitions and outsourcing of services and TUPE
- Employment aspects of TUPE in relation to insolvent businesses
- General advice on complex disciplinary and grievance processes
- Appointment and termination of senior executives and compromise agreements
- General advice on complex employment matters
- Discrimination, diversity and equal opportunities issues
- Drafting and advising on employment contracts, service agreements and employment policies
- Employment Tribunal litigation, mediation and dispute resolution
- High Court litigation and enforcement of restrictive covenants
- European Works Councils, domestic works councils and workers' consultation
- Trade unions, collective disputes and industrial action
- Protecting confidential information and whistleblowing advice
In his spare time Darren enjoys mountaineering, cycling and watching rugby, now that his knees won’t let him play anymore.