Eloise Brennan


Employment Law

Employment solicitor advising organisations and senior executives on a variety of employment law matters.

Eloise advises both organisations and senior executives on a full range of contentious and non-contentious employment law, which includes providing clients with day to day support on HR issues such as disciplinaries and grievances, providing employment tribunal support and advising on exit arrangements.

Prior to joining DMH Stallard, Eloise was part of Warner Bros.’ Employment legal team, where she completed her training contract and then qualified as a solicitor in September 2020. During her time at Warner Bros., Eloise provided regular support to HR in relation to a wide range of employment matters including disciplinaries, grievances and dismissals and provided support with reviewing global HR policies, employment agreements and consultancy agreements across multiple jurisdictions. Her time at Warner Bros. gave her a greater understanding of the entertainment and media industry.

Recent articles


The return of work social events and potential issues for employers

Eloise Brennan reviews the policies you should have in place to ensure a company cannot be found vicariously liable for poor conduct of an employee



Automatic unfair dismissal due to Covid related concerns: The Employment Appeal Tribunal has their say

Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd: an employee was found not to have been automatically unfairly dismissed for refusing to attend work over concerns about the risk of Covid-19 to his vulnerable children



How should an employer treat an employee with long Covid?

Employers can minimise potential disability discrimination claims by treating long Covid in the same way it would treat any other disability