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Vicky Wickremeratne

Partner

London

Vicky Wickremeratne

Partner

London

Having spent a significant part of her career in a senior in-house role with responsibility for multiple jurisdictions, Vicky is acutely solutions-focused and accustomed to managing sensitive people risk matters in the context of broader commercial considerations.

Vicky advises on all people-related matters, in particular, but not exclusively, within the financial services sector. Her background lends itself well to matters requiring the strategic handling of cross-jurisdictional matters, such as restructurings and investigations with cross-border considerations. Vicky has handled contentious matters as far afield as Greater China, Japan and Australia, as well as in the United Kingdom.

Vicky is an LGBT Ally.

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Publications: 29 MAY 2020

Conducting Covid-19 coronavirus risk assessments – Ten key issues for UK employers to consider

As UK organisations begin to think about returning to the workplace, here are ten key issues for in-house counsel and HR teams to consider when conducting risk assessments. 

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Publications: 22 MAY 2020

Towards a “Covid-19 coronavirus secure” workplace: 15 key ways for UK employers to comply and manage risk

UK Employers will be busy preparing their workplace and return to work strategies in response to the UK Government’s guidance on working safely during the coronavirus pandemic (the Guidance). Here are…

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Publications: 13 MAY 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus and UK Employment Law – Guiding employers through a safe return to work

Following the release of UK government guidance on how organisations can safely re-open workplaces on Monday 11 May, Allen & Overy’s UK Employment team held a call to guide employers through the key…

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Publications: 29 APRIL 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus and global employment law: key risks you need to be aware of – part 4

Allen & Overy’s Global Employment team held the fourth in a series of calls on the major developments of interest when workforce planning in light of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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