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Mundays welcomes new head of employment

4th October 2013

Mundays has hired a new head of employment, Andrew Knorpel, to expand the team.

Andrew joins us having previously been a partner at ASB Law. Andrew’s focus will be on expanding Mundays’ employment practice area, to grow its client base, as well as broaden the employment services that the Firm offers to both companies and individuals.   

Andrew’s experience lies in both contentious and non-contentious matters, advising particularly corporate restructures, the outsourcing of contracts and associated employment issues, including the practical aspects of collective redundancies and the TUPE regulations. 

In his new position, Andrew will work across a range of sector groups, working closely with the Firm’s corporate and commercial departments and as a member of the Firm's aviation and logistics team. 

Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays, said: “Andrew is a welcome asset to our employment team as we look to increase and grow this area of specialism for our clients.” 

Andrew added, “Organisations across a variety of sectors will have some large scale and significant employment law changes to deal with in the coming months and I am looking forward to leading the team in its advice to clients at this time.”

Please see related press coverage below:

Moves - The Lawyer (21st Oct 2013)
Firm hires: Andrew Knorpel at Mundays  (Law Society Gazette on 25 September 2013)
Andrew Knorpel to head Mundays Employment team. (New Law Journal on 18 September 2013)

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