Emily Plosker

Senior Associate

 

Office: 020 3828 0350
Direct: 020 3828 0359

EmilyPlosker@bdbf.co.uk

Email Emily

Emily Plosker

Senior Associate

 

Office: 020 3828 0350
Direct: 020 3828 0359

EmilyPlosker@bdbf.co.uk

Email Emily

Emily has a wide range of litigation experience, acting for both employees and employers in the Employment Tribunal in discrimination, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and contractual disputes in the legal and financial services, private equity and media sectors.

Emily advises both employers and employees on dismissals, redundancies, settlement agreements, employment contracts and restrictive covenants and has assisted employers with conducting independent grievance investigations.

Emily supports senior employees in grievances and disciplinary proceedings, including successfully acting for lawyers facing SRA misconduct investigations.

Emily regularly advises senior women returning to work after maternity leave, and in pay and bonus disputes.

She is recognised as having a pragmatic and commercial approach by her clients.

Clients have said about Emily:

“I found your advice and calmness very reassuring”

“Your support was super helpful… we achieved the best outcome in the end – both financially and non-financially.”

“I have dealt with lawyers before, and the experience was always very neutral at best. Working with you has been very much an experience to the contrary though: many thanks for your valuable advice and counsel. Without your help, expertise and positive attitude, I do not think we could have achieved the good outcome that we now have. A sincere and heartfelt “thank you” for that.”

Emily is a fluent French speaker and advises francophones (individuals and corporates) on UK employment law issues.

Française par affiliation, Emily conseille les Français.es et Francophones sur la législation du travail au Royaume Uni.

In her spare time, Emily is the Trustee of Scene & Heard – a unique mentoring project that partners the inner-city children of Somers Town, London, with volunteer theatre professionals to give children the experience of writing and performing plays by professional actors.