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Top-ranked employment lawyer joins Keystone from Slater & Gordon

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National firm Keystone Law has strengthened both its employment and multi-disciplinary sports teams with the appointment of senior executive specialist Paul Daniels.

Joining from Slater & Gordon where he was made partner in 2003, Paul is best-known for his wide-ranging expertise across all areas of employment law, including executive dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and contract disputes.

His client base is diverse and he has typically been instructed by Senior Executives on complex or high value matters.

Paul has particular expertise within the sports sector having advised an array of premiership sports stars throughout his career. Key clients have included the likes of Roy Hodgson who Paul advised on his departure from Liverpool FC and subsequently on his England contract negotiation.

He also represented BBC producer Oisin Tymon after he was allegedly punched and assaulted by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.

Consistently recognised by Chambers & Partners guide and Legal 500, Paul has been hailed as a “fierce litigator” and a “tough negotiator”

He has also been an Employment Judge since 2005.

CEO of Keystone Law, James Knight said:

“In recent years we have begun to build a sports offering which is focused on profound and all-encompassing industry insight to our clients. Paul’s skillset and client portfolio fits seamlessly into this ethos. He has an outstanding reputation and will strengthen our expertise in handling complex and high value cases, particularly in the fields of employment law and sport..”

Paul added:

"I am thrilled to be joining the Keystone team. The synergy between our philosophies on the importance of enhancing client value was clear from the outset. I was also especially attracted by Keystone’s obvious passion for innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit. Combining our wider industry capabilities, I look forward to trying to build something special with my Keystone colleagues.”


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