• Advising and representing a significant employer within the construction materials sector, in relation to an organised leverage campaign mounted by a leading independent trade union. Injunction applications were issued prior to resolution via a negotiated settlement.
  • Advising FTSE 100 and Fortune 250 companies in the retail, construction, transportation, security, and hospitality industries in relation to Global Strategic Labour campaigns.
  • Advising a major provider in the outsource security services sector in relation to the de recognition of one of its two recognised trade unions.
  • Advising employers in relation to the impact and effect of existing trade union agreements and providing a strategy to simplify and rebase trade union agreements via negotiation and the presentation of a new style recognition arrangement.
  • Advising a world leading company in the transport sector in relation to reorganisation of its trade union recognition arrangements, allowing an extension to staff grades, whilst excluding manager grades and restricting collective bargaining rights in relation to a new grouping.
  • We have advised a number of clients including one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies on their unionisation strategies in China including advice on how to deal with the pressure to unionise and how to structure unions and deal with publicity once the decision to unionise had been taken.
  • Providing strategic advice to a leading hotel chain in relation to European trade union pressure to establish a new binding European works councils agreement. 
  • Assisting a leading global pharmaceutical company in its strategy to "head off" pressure for its German based European Works Council (EWC) to be renegotiated in the light of the new legislation.
  • Advising a UK-based listed global construction services business on all aspects of its industrial relations and employment matters in Australia, including enterprise bargaining and other union-related matters connected with major mining, oil and gas and infrastructure projects and issues concerning migration and cross-border employment.