January 01, 2021

You Get Out of Life What You Put Into It: Nick Hine Employment Lawyer: Inspiring leadership interview with Jonathan Bowman-Perk

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You must deal with the problem as soon as practicable. Do not bury your head in the sand. If you do the problem will fester and become more of a bigger and time-consuming problem.

Nick Hine – Employment Lawyer – Hine Legal.

You get out of life what you put into it. Leadership Roles – Prefect, Head of House, Policeman, Sergeant and Custody Officer, Partner and Equity Partner of team and law firms, Principal of own law firm for 10 years.

He loves being a Yacht Skipper of long trips including Skipper of sailing the Atlantic. He is the Chairman of the Executives Association of Great Britain. Nick’s Top Leadership Tip- deal with the problem as soon as practicable and do not bury your head in the sand. If you do it will fester and become more of a bigger and time-consuming problem. Nick has specialised in employment law for about 30 years and advises both businesses and senior individuals. He had a varied career which commenced in merchant banking before becoming a police officer in the Metropolitan Police in London for seven and a half years. During this time, he completed a law degree and then qualified as a Barrister and practiced for a couple of years before transferring to be a Solicitor. He uses this diverse experience for the benefit of clients.

Nick advises small to large businesses on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment law issues, including High Court restrictive covenant actions; tribunal claims – complex unfair dismissal, sex, race and disability discrimination cases; redundancy and restructuring advice, outsourcing and TUPE, performance management and ill health issues. Nick also advises managers and senior executives particularly in respect of their contracts of employment, negotiation of termination packages, employment tribunal claims and High Court actions. Nick is a keen sailor, a Yacht master and has sailed the Atlantic. He is a competent skier (described by an Austrian as “not bad for an Englishman”) and also enjoys golf, photography, networking and fine wine. He has four children and a house in Italy and enjoys all things Italian!

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