Jenny Andrews#127

Jenny Andrews

Jenny has carved out a reputation for providing straightforward, solution-driven and commercial advice on a range of partnership and employment issues (including, on employment-related data protection issues). In addition to a full-service advisory practice, handling day-to-day employment and partnership queries (including on the appointment, retention and exit management of senior employees/partners), Jenny advises on the employment aspects of a broad spectrum of transactional matters, such as domestic and cross-border share and business acquisitions and disposals, outsourcings and real estate transactions. Her contentious experience includes handling litigation in both the Employment Tribunal and High Court, such as high value whistleblowing and discrimination claims and claims seeking injunctive relief (for example, relating to the enforcement of restrictive covenants and misuse of confidential information). Jenny advises clients across a range of sectors, with a specific focus on those within the professional and financial services sector (including for firms incorporating an LLP or partnership within their structure) and the energy sector. Jenny has a particular interest in and is regularly involved in advising clients on internal investigations in the financial services sector. Jenny was ranked as a "Next Generation Lawyer" by Legal500 in 2017, who commented that she is a "real rising star".
Contributed to


TUPE—issues arising in property transactions
TUPE—issues arising in property transactions
Practice notes

This Practice Note examines the circumstances in which the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, SI 2006/246 (TUPE 2006) may apply in the context of property transactions and considers the impact on both employers (for example, landlords, tenants, managing agents and other third party contractors), as well as on employees. It provides an overview of the application and effect of TUPE 2006 and examines business transfers and service provision changes. The Practice Note then considers TUPE 2006 in specific situations: sale of a commercial freehold or leasehold property, the grant, termination or assignment of a lease, property management and service providers, changes in third party service provision and employee accommodation and resident employees. The impact of insolvency on staff transfers in the commercial property context is also outlined. The Practice Note then considers due diligence issues and the steps parties can take to manage TUPE-related risk in property transactions.

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