About Adam Brett
Adam Brett is a Partner in Jones Cassidy Brett, having joined from a major commercial law firm where he advised on many TUPE/SPC transactions. Adam regularly advises a major utility on the legal issues on outsourcing, tendering and insourcing. Adam has advised Housing Associations and other organisations on maintenance contracts.
Adam advises a range of service providers in areas such as provision of services by call centres, maintenance contracts, in the last year he has advised a major bank on TUPE transfers of significant functions and charities on transfers of helpline functions. In 2018 Adam successfully defended a claim by a transferee alleging defective Employment Liability Information in respect of a significant cleaning contract. Adam is described in Chambers as “renowned for his extensive knowledge and experience in …TUPE …”. Sources say he is “a key employment lawyer in Northern Ireland”. He is described in Legal 500 as “Adam Brett has particular expertise in TUPE claims…”
Adam will be setting out the legal framework on transgender issues in schools and the status of the Education Authority's new guidance at Legal Island's education conference 'NI Schools' Legal Update'. View more information on this event here: https://www.legal-island.com/event/ni-schools-legal-update-2020/