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Lucy Bone

Lucy Bone

Call: 1999

Barrister

"Quickly grasps the issues and delivers practical strategic advice. She is responsive and commercially aware… She goes the extra mile. It is a pleasure to work with her."

Chambers and Partners 2019

"Gives responsive and pragmatic advice and demonstrates great rapport with clients."

Chambers and Partners 2018

"Very responsive, willing to be flexible with availability, good to work with, good with clients and definitely knows her stuff"

Chambers and Partners 2017

Lucy Bone

"Quickly grasps the issues and delivers practical strategic advice. She is responsive and commercially aware… She goes the extra mile. It is a pleasure to work with her."

Chambers and Partners 2019

"Gives responsive and pragmatic advice and demonstrates great rapport with clients."

Chambers and Partners 2018

"Very responsive, willing to be flexible with availability, good to work with, good with clients and definitely knows her stuff"

Chambers and Partners 2017

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Depth of experience across all aspects of employment law and the crossover to commercial work. Lucy is known for her strong advocacy, in written submissions and skeletons as well as in court where she has been said to have “pulverized the witness in a stellar cross examination”.

Lucy’s High Court practice has an emphasis on confidential information, fraud, competitive activity and breaches of directors’ duties. Cases often involve including soft IP, regulatory and company matters. Clients instruct Lucy for her particular experience in litigation concerning restrictive covenants and team moves, including injunctions and speedy trials.

In the tribunal, Lucy has experience across the spectrum of statutory disputes and is sought out for her deft handling of heavyweight discrimination and whistleblowing cases including the widely publicized recent case of Abildgaard v. IFM.

Lucy is also sought out for complex internal investigations particularly in the financial sector and professional services, as well as for disciplinary hearings and appeals. Lucy is known for her forensic skill combined with pragmatic approach, and for producing reports that are “impressively balanced”. She offers a bespoke approach depending on the nature of allegations and seniority of those involved.

Alongside practice, Lucy sits on the Bar Council Equality and Diversity Committee. She regularly provides in-house training and speaks at conferences.

Injunctions

Commercial Litigation

Discrimination and Harassment

Senior Employees and Directors issues

Disciplinary and Regulatory

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