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Nicola Rabson

Nicola Rabson

Linklaters LLP

London, , GBR

Nicola is global head of the Employment and Incentives Group and is a very well-known figure in the employment world with significant experience across the breadth of employment law. She tackles the most complex of employment litigation and advice with extensive experience of High Court and Tribunal litigation including acting for Commerzbank in the largest bonus litigation in the UK and in the seminal case of Commerzbank v Keen. She is listed as a leading individual in Legal500 and is regularly cited in the press as an authority in employment law matters. Her core clients regard her as the point of contact for their most challenging and sensitive matters. She is also regularly involved in litigation with multiple jurisdictions. In addition to her extensive litigation experience, she has advised numerous institutions on the employment aspects of purchases, related hirings, terminations, restrictive covenants and team moves and has managed large global projects in relation to redundancies, compensation reviews and the employment aspects of regulatory investigations. Nicola is particularly interested in effective whistleblowing; she provided feedback to the Whistleblowing Commission and initiated the Linklaters Listen Up! Campaign which brought together leading academics and figures in the whistleblowing space in a panel discussion.

Although now full-time, Nicola is also a believer in flexible working and was listed by the Financial Times as a Power Part-Timer in 2012. She was also listed as a top 20 LGBT ally by OUTstanding in October 2014 and 2015. She is a firm believer in the importance of diversity and regularly speaks at events that focus on people management, leadership and diversity.
Nicola Rabson is associated with the following items:
Live Seminar  Live Seminar Cross-Border Employment Law 2018, Wednesday, June 06, 2018, New York, NY
Live Webcast  Live Webcast Cross-Border Employment Law 2018, Wednesday, June 06, 2018, New York, NY

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