Caroline Stakim is a member of our Employment and Labour Group. Ms. Stakim’s practice focuses on employment law matters and employee privacy and data security law.
Ms. Stakim advises senior management and human resources professionals on all aspects of employment law including employment documentation, policy, senior executive appointments and terminations, change programmes, employment disputes, post-termination restrictions and strategic HR issues, often on a cross-jurisdictional basis. She also advises on the legal and tactical employee and privacy related issues arising in corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions and restructurings and the application of the TUPE Regulations to outsourcing arrangements and solvent and insolvent business transfers. She also advises on questions regarding the collection, use and disclosure of employee data, cross-border employee data transfers; employee monitoring and surveillance; and privacy and the use of email and the internet in the workplace.
Ms. Stakim also advises a cross-sector range of charities and social enterprises on a pro bono basis and, in recognition of her exceptional services, was named Lawyer of the Year 2014 by TrustLaw, Thomson Reuter Foundation’s global pro bono service.
Ms. Stakim received her LL.B (Hons.) from the University of Glasgow in 2005. She was admitted to practice in Scotland in 2008 and in England and Wales in 2010.
Ms. Stakim is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and is co-author of the publication, A Guide to Hiring and Firing in Europe.