About Adam Brett
Adam Brett is a Senior Partner at Jones Cassidy Brett. Adam graduated from Oxford University with an MA in Modern History, and then qualified as a solicitor at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies at Queen’s University Belfast.
He was for many years the joint head of litigation in L’Estrange & Brett solicitors in Belfast, increasingly concentrating on employment and related issues and, following mergers the Head of Employment law in Belfast for McGrigors and then Pinsent Masons.
Adam advises on a wide range of employment matters, especially to employers, including senior management exits, shareholder disputes, restrictive covenants, union recognition and industrial action and use of agency workers as well as defending a wide range of tribunal claims. He has particular experience in the education sector.
Adam has a particular interest in advising a wide range of public and private sector employers on TUPE/SPC, and the increasing divergence of employment law between GB and NI and provides training and seminars on these and other issues.
Adam also advises a wide range of charities on regulatory and other matters connected with the Charities Act NI 2008.
Adam has been described in Chambers UK Legal Directory as a “leader in the field” of employment law “one of the most experienced lawyers in the jurisdiction” and “ an all-rounder with an excellent client base”.