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Tahera Khan

Tahera Khan

Managing Associate

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Tahera Khan has significant experience in advising public sector organisations with issues such as restructures, redundancy exercises, multi-party tribunal claims in all aspects of employment work and has particular experience in dealing with TUPE and high-level executive exits.

Tahera has particular expertise in settlement negotiations and advising public sector organisations as to high-profile reorganisations and employee implications. She has advised on COSOP and compulsory bulk transfer of employees. She has also defended a number of multi-party claims in the tribunal and employment appeal tribunal, including areas such as discrimination, whistleblowing and TUPE. She is well-known for being tenacious in her advice and knowing her clients well enough to be able to tailor advice that is specific to their needs.

Tahera is listed as a Recommended Lawyer in the Legal 500 (2020 edition).

Legal Services


Recent Work

  • In-depth advice on harmonisation of terms and conditions following a TUPE transfer
  • Training HR teams and senior management on all aspects of employment law
  • Advising on issues in recruitment and retention of employees
  • Defending high-profile whistle-blowing and discrimination tribunal claims
  • Advising on COSOP
  • Handling senior employee exits



To contact Tahera or for more information…

Call: 0845 050 5783
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