Tom Custance features as The Times lawyer of the week

January 10, 2013

The partner acted for an investment banker in a case that ruled that payments by employers in lieu of notice are only effective if employees are given clear notice

Tom Custance, a partner at Fox Williams, acted for former Société Générale investment banker Raphael Geys in the recent landmark Supreme Court case that ruled that payments by employers in lieu of notice are only effective if employees are given clear notice that their employment is being terminated in this way, and that an employer’s wrongful termination will not bring the employment contract to an end unless and until the employee accepts the employer’s breach. The ruling means Mr Geys is entitled to a multimillion-euro award.

Click here to read the full article here. Please note that a subscription to The Times may be required to see the full content.


Related pages:

Experts on the human side of enterprise more

Financial Services more

Insurance Litigation more

Litigation more

Litigation for Financial Services more

Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution more

icons Addthis Print Contact Register

Contact

tel: +44 (0) 20 7628 2000
10 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AF
View map


For more information

 image

Tom Custance
Partner
Direct dial: +44 (0)20 7614 2508
tcustance@foxwilliams.com

Accreditations

  • Top Ranked Chambers UK 2014 - Leading Firm
  • Ranked in Chambers Europe 2013 - Leading Individual
  • Ranked in Chambers Global 2014 - Leading Firm
  • Legal 500 - Leading Firm
  • The Lawyer UK 200 - Listed Firm
  • The Law Society Excellence Awards 2012 - Shortlisted
  • Investors in People - Bronze