Suzanne Coe

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Suzanne Coe


Specialist Experience

●     Unfair dismissal, including redundancy
●     Collective and individual consultation processes
●     Contracts, staff handbooks and employment policies
●     Consultancy agreements
●     Managing changes to terms and conditions
●     Disciplinary and grievance issues
●     Settlement agreements
●     Post-termination restrictions and executive dismissals
●     Employment related litigation, including dismissal and discrimination issues
●     TUPE transfers and business transactions
●     Managing long-term sick employees
●     Maternity and parental rights, including flexible working
●     Equality and discrimination
●     Working time

Admitted as

Solicitor, England & Wales, 2001


LPC, College of Law, London 1999
LLB (Hons) Law with French, University of Birmingham 1998.

Career History

Government Legal Service: DTI, DECC
Pinsent Masons
Andersens Legal


Suzanne’s key focus is employment law and she has acted for a range of employers, including IT, hospitality and retail clients, as well as many employees. She has undertaken both contentious and non-contentious work. Suzanne has a particular interest in public sector and energy sector issues.

Suzanne has a practical approach to problem-solving and has been described as a good strategic thinker. She spends time understanding the client’s business so as to ensure that the best outcome is secured. She will work efficiently and flexibly to meet a client’s needs.

Suzanne is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.


General Counsel, Energy Company

General Counsel, Energy Company

"Suzanne's advice is always timely, pragmatic and on point. Her ability to understand the practical and time restraints faced by a tech start-up has been in valuable. With Suzanne's help, we have been able to scale up our business quickly, employing several new members of staff within a short period of time, with the peace of mind of knowing that we have fit-for-purpose and compliant employment contracts in place."