Partner hire at DMH Stallard

10 Oct 2019

Leading law firm DMH Stallard has made a key partner hire in the London employment group.

Rebecca Thornley-Gibson joins after three years as a partner at Ince.  Previously she was a partner and Head of the Employment Team at asb law.

Rebecca is recognised as one of the UK’s leading employment practitioners dealing with a wide range of employment related issues, with particular expertise in supporting senior executives through all stages of their employment, and working closely with employer clients to optimise the effectiveness of organisational change programmes. 
She has extensive travel sector experience with tour operators, airlines and suppliers of ancillary services to the wider travel industry.
Rustom Tata, Chairman of DMH Stallard and Head of the Employment Team, said:
“This is a significant appointment for DMH Stallard.  Rebecca has an outstanding reputation for providing her clients with first class advice and service delivery.  Together with her knowledge of the travel and aviation sector this will further strengthen our ability to provide responsive and commercially focused employment law advice.” 
Rebecca Thornley-Gibson said:
“It’s very exciting to join DMH Stallard at a time when the firm is growing so quickly in London and across the south east. It is the ideal firm for my existing clients and I’m looking forward to working with a superb team of employment lawyers.”


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