Stephanie Compson brings a varied set of skills and experiences from private practice and her time as a senior in-house public lawyer. Stephanie has worked on a breadth of employment matters, including advising clients on the employment aspects of corporate transactions, the impact of TUPE in both asset transfers and outsourcing scenarios, complex C-Suite exit packages and executive level service agreements. Stephanie also has experience working with clients to defend employee claims (including high value discrimination and whistleblowing claims), achieving successful settlement terms.

In addition, Stephanie has advised the Department for Transport's Rail Passenger Services Directorate on an extensive range of employment, pensions, commercial and public law matters, including in respect of large projects such as the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail and the rail reform transformation programme relating to workforce and pensions reform. Stephanie also has in-depth experience navigating equalities issues, in particular the application of the Public Sector Equality Duty on public policy development.

Stephanie has a strong interest in and experience developing and delivering training programs for clients and in-house legal teams on a range of legal matters.

Stephanie previously worked at international law firm King & Wood Mallesons and the Government Legal Department as part of the Rail Passenger Services legal team.

News, Analysis & Press

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United Kingdom (England and Wales)