Jonathan Tuck is a Senior Associate in the Baker McKenzie Employment Department. Jonathan joined Baker McKenzie in June 2012 and completed secondments at Google between March and July 2015 and British Airways between July 2015 and January 2016.
Jon advises a wide variety of clients on a broad range of employment law matters, including TUPE and senior executive issues for a number of clients as well as collective rights and modern slavery issues. He also advises on transactions and restructuring, and high value employment litigation in the Tribunal and High Court. He advises a wide variety of clients in a number of different sectors.
Representative Legal Matters
Jonathan has worked on a variety of matters including:
- Working with a global client on a project to review senior manager employment terms across 40+ jurisdictions, ensuring they met key specific standards in a number of areas
- Advising an airline in relation to strike action, dealings with the relevant Trade Union and injunctive relief
- Successfully obtaining an injunction to recover confidential information and stop the ex-employee of a client from working for a competitor
- Advised on a number of employment issues for a media client, including a recent 85 point unfair dismissal claim brought by an employee
- Regularly advises a range of clients on general day-to-day employment law issues
- Advised a multinational technology conglomerate on the second generation outsourcing of a large number of its functions in the UK
- Acted for a global airline on the first generation outsourcing of a number of its IT functions, including offshoring a number of services
Professional Associations and Memberships
Law Society of England and Wales
- England & Wales~United Kingdom (2010)
- College of Law at London (Legal Practice) (2008)
- BPP Law School, London (Graduate Diploma in Law) (2007)
- University of Cambridge (BA in Social and Political Sciences) (2006)
Baker & McKenzie LLP, an English partnership, is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.