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Dorlee  Monschau, Partner - Head of Employment, Coffin Mew

Dorlee Monschau

Partner - Head of Employment at Coffin Mew

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What’s your role? For many employers their most valuable asset is their employees, but they also cause significant problems and unplanned liabilities for employers that can directly impact on the success of the business. I help people find the right solution and give them the confidence to tackle issues whether through training, providing human resources assistance, assisting an existing human resources team, helping with restructures, business transfers, outsourcing, senior level departures, international issues or achieving the commercially right outcome in litigation. What are your specialisms? -Restructures, -Redundancy programmes, -Outsourcing, -Business acquisitions and sales, -Team moves, -Business protection through restricting the activities of former employees, -Contract changes and employment litigation -Advising senior executives Your experience? I have wide experience of advising employers including commercial, academic, professional and institutional clients. As an employment solicitor I need to be able to deal with all and any aspect of the employment relationship – whether that is day-to-day human resources issues or litigation. I particularly enjoy business transfers, change management, redundancies and restructures. Which five words best describe you? Rational, dedicated, supportive, discrete, pragmatic Which four people would you invite to dinner? Ranulph Fiennes, Hugh Laurie, Douglas Adams, Will Smith Three things we didn’t know about you? One of my all time favourite songs is Purple Rain by Prince and the Revolution; I’m a bit of a petrol head; I’m a huge fan of Radio 4 Friday Night Comedy and have the podcasts going back to early 2007 What was the first record you bought? Every Breath You Take - Police

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