Amy is an experienced employment and business immigration specialist providing commercial and strategic support and advice to clients in a variety of sectors including hospitality, retail, financial services, construction and public sector.

She is named in the Legal 500 as a recommended lawyer.

Her areas of specialism include business reorganisation, restructuring, collective redundancy, TUPE transfers and sponsor licence support. She has extensive experience in complex employment tribunal litigation in claims for breach of contract, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and TUPE failure to consult.

Amy is particularly adept at navigating industrial and employment relations matters, fostering positive relationships between employers and employees. She understands the impact that employment issues can have on employers, and strives to provide comprehensive legal advice that aligns with her clients' strategic objectives. With her strong negotiating skills, she excels in finding pragmatic solutions that meet the unique needs of each client.

Jurisdiction: England & Wales


  • Advising a large UK hospitality client in an illegal work and national minimum wage investigation by HMRC and the Home Office and leading the team conducting a large scale internal audit.
  • Representing a UK retailer in an employment tribunal claim arising brought by USDAW on behalf of their members along with 30 individual claimants arising out of a TUPE transfer for unfair dismissal and failure to collectively inform and consult.
  • Advising an online retailer on the TUPE implications of outsourcing their warehousing and distribution function.
  • Leading the team fully managing the sponsor licence of an international construction firm, to include advise in relation to a re-application for a sponsor licence following a change in ownership, linking 30 other branches and entities to the licence, audit, training and supporting with visa applications for both skilled workers and global business mobility.
  • Working on a project with an international client in conjunction with their board and senior management to develop their EDI strategy and with the wider management team on implementing this.