Bob Cordran
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Bob Cordran

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cordran.bob@dorsey.com

Overview

BOB ADVISES CLIENTS ON UK EMPLOYMENT LAW ISSUES IN A WIDE VARIETY OF SECTORS INCLUDING RETAIL, HEALTHCARE, LIFE SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY.
Bob advises on all areas of employment law in the UK, helping clients to limit their exposure to employment risks and to achieve pragmatic outcomes. He has particular expertise in: employment aspects of commercial transactions (including M&A, real estate and outsourcing), including the application of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006; employment litigation (including High Court matters, restrictive covenants, team moves and breach of confidence issues); board disputes and executive termination arrangements.

Education & Admissions

University of Bristol (LLB, Law, 1995), 2:1

University of Bristol (Legal Practice Course, 1996), Commendation

Admissions

  • England & Wales

Experience

Representative Work

  • Advising on the UK employment aspects of a private equity transaction, including employment documentation for management.
  • Advising on the exit of the Chief Executive of an investee company of a private equity client. This was achieved with the minimum disruption to the business and was resolved amicably.
  • Advising a management team on the sale of an orthodontics business.
  • Advising a luxury fashion retailer on a small-scale redundancy round.
  • Advising clients on various senior and mid-level separations, achieving practical results with the minimum disruption to the business and with efficient use of management time.
  • Providing employment documentation to a US- based client recruiting its first employee in the UK.
  • Advising a client in the manufacturing sector on various workplace employment issues, including disciplinary proceedings and advice on reasonable adjustments to accommodate an employee with a disability.
  • Advising a client in the media sector on a contentious team move, including practical guidance on the possibility of enforcement of post-termination non-competition provisions in employees’ contracts of employment.
Bob Cordran