Employment Law Specialists

We are a top ranked specialist employment law firm based in the City of London led by recognised leaders in our field.
Senior ExecutivesBusinesses

Employment Law Specialists

We are a top ranked specialist employment law firm based in the City of London led by recognised leaders in our field.
Senior ExecutivesBusinesses

Who are we?

Collectively, our lawyers possess decades of real-world experience of helping employers, LLPs, senior employees, and partners resolve their toughest work challenges at the highest levels.

 

Welcome to BDBF LLP

Our expertise affords us the confidence to make important judgment calls at the right time, that can transform a difficult legal situation into a success.

Adding to the equation our considerable experience in litigation and advisory work means we can deliver complete practical commercial solutions to our clients.

From a legal standpoint, every industry is different.  Our insight gained through experience allows us to add value in the markets our clients operate; highlighting the industry-specific risks and helping clients identify their goals in context. We help our clients achieve not only a good result, but also the best possible result for them.

 

 

 

Due to our reputation for success, we are regularly asked to act against large employers, including the NHS, and banks such as Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Standard Chartered and Credit Suisse.

Not only are we renowned for our work in the financial and professional services sector, but we also have extensive experience in other fields such as technology and healthcare.

Our offices are ideally located in the City of London and Canary Wharf. Providing a user-friendly and flexible service is core to our ethos, and our lawyers will be happy to meet in the most convenient office for you.

At every step of the way, your knowledge and application of employment law, strategy and tactics unsettled, outsmarted and attacked the counsel representing the bank.

MD, Investment Bank

BDBF provide prompt, clear advice and have provided our business with extremely helpful guidance in steering through complex scenarios with sensitivity and commercial awareness.

In-house Counsel

Our latest publications & articles

Consideration should have been given to part-time working as an alternative to dismissal

Employers should give proper consideration to all possible alternatives before dismissing an employee for long-term sickness absence.

Employers cannot necessarily refuse disclosure because it breaches data privacy of others

The Court of Appeal has provided welcome guidance for data controllers in cases concerning mixed data.

Frequent sickness absence caused by disability requires a lighter touch

The EAT has given guidance on how an employer should respond to numerous intermittent sickness absences of an employee with a disability.