Antonio joined Brachers in May 2017 as a Senior Associate having acquired 10 years’ prior experience as an employment law specialist. Antonio takes time to get to know his clients and their business to ensure that the advice they receive not only takes all legal implications into account but is also tailored to his clients’ business values, strategies and objectives.
- Reorganisations, redundancies and restructures
- Employment Tribunal claims
- Strategic advice
- Settlement agreements and exit plans for senior employees and directors
- The Law Society
- The Employment Lawyers Association
Antonio has significant experience advising on all aspects of employment law. He has a particular interest in advising clients on restructures, TUPE transfers and other necessary and strategic changes affecting businesses.
Over the years Antonio has advised on a broad range of contentious matters in both the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal. These have included multi-party claims and claims linked to wider shareholder and board-level disputes and have covered a full range of employment-related claims including equal pay, victimisation, harassment and discrimination.
Antonio seeks to provide added value to clients wherever possible by running training events, seminars and discussion forums on key employment law topics. Outside of work Antonio is a Governor at his local primary school.
Uber drivers’ and employment rights
Antonio Fletcher, Senior Associate in Brachers’ Employment law team appeared as a guest on KMTV’s business show, Chris & Co on Wednesday 27 September. Read more09/10/17
GDPR - do you know what’s coming?
The biggest change to data protection and how businesses process personal data in 20 years is set to take place when the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on 25 May 2018. Compliance with GDPR is not optional and so businesses, charities and public bodies are in a race against the clock to get ready for the changes. But are they ready for GDPR? Read more09/10/17
Frequently asked questions on GDPR
What are my individual rights under GDPR? The GDPR provides you as an individual with a right to have easier access to data, a right to have greater information about your data and how it is processed, a right to restrict processing of data, a right to object to data use, a right to data portability between different services, a right to know when your personal data is hacked, a right to be forgotten and erased if you no longer want your data to be processed. Read more04/08/17
Workforce retention – the role of health and wellbeing initiatives
One of the major challenges ahead for UK businesses in the next coming years will be attracting and retaining talent. Read more20/07/17
Where’s the workforce?
Is your farming business ready for the future? With Brexit negotiations underway, ensure your employment and HR needs are up to date. Read more
Will Brexit impact the workers I have in my business from the European Union?
Antonio Flecther, a Solicitor in our Employment team, discusses the impact Brexit could have on your workers from the European Union and how to be prepared. Read more