Nigel Mackay is an experienced employment and discrimination lawyer.
Nigel’s clients come from a broad range of sectors, including financial services, media, real estate, hospitality, healthcare and the public sector. His approach throughout a case is to achieve the best possible result at the least cost.
Nigel advises employees on all areas of employment law, including discrimination claims
, unfair dismissal
, whistleblowing, TUPE transfers, confidentiality obligations, post-termination restrictions and employee competition. He also acts for clients in the County Court bringing discrimination claims under the rules applying to service providers.
Nigel’s recent experience whilst at Leigh Day includes:
- successfully representing the claimant in the Court of Appeal in Methuen v Community Law Clinic Solicitors
- advising a client working in the hospitality industry relating to claims of constructive dismissal and age discrimination and harassment
- acting for a disabled client concerning claims of unfair dismissal, disability discrimination and failure to make reasonable adjustments
- acting for a number of employees following their dismissals for redundancy from financial services institutions, including relating to claims of sex and pregnancy discrimination
- advising an agency worker concerning her rights under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 and her resulting employment tribunal claim
- representing the claimant in an employment tribunal claim for sex discrimination arising from the employer’s failure to agree to a flexible working application
- advising a number of clients in relation to potential breaches of post-termination restrictive covenants
Nigel has a wealth of previous experience acting for both employees and employers. Unlike many claimant lawyers, Nigel has the advantage of having obtained the commercial experience and understanding that comes from having acted for global corporate clients while working for a major City firm. This is knowledge and experience which he now regularly uses to achieve great results for his clients.
His clients value his tenacity, tactical knowledge, fighting spirit and supportive but frank advice.
Nigel Mackay in the news
Religion in the workplace ELA Briefing April 2013
Solicitor overlooked for job after becoming pregnant wins discrimination case Telegraph 19.5.13