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Marie Colquhoun has considerable experience of Employment Law and Commercial Litigation.  During her time in the City of London, Marie represented many commercial clients in an extensive range of both contentious and non-contentious matters.  She gained extensive litigation experience acting in a variety of high profile matters, including the Lloyd’s litigation, high level professional negligence claims and litigations arising as a result of World Trade Centre losses following 9/11.

In recent years, Marie has focused on acting for clients in a variety of employment related matters.  She has considerable experience of acting for both individuals and employers, advising on all aspects of employment law, including contentious and non-contentious, such as advising on Settlement Agreements and Contracts of Employment.  Marie has represented many clients in a whole range of employment disputes, including claims of wrongful dismissal and unfair dismissal, injunction proceedings and many discrimination claims (including the high profile case of Allen v GMB which was won by the Claimants who Marie represented).

Marie now specialises in complex employment disputes and continues to represent clients in a wide range of employment matters.

Marie has a very high success rate for her clients.


Anne Colquhoun has vast experience of representing both employers and individuals and advising on all aspects of employment law.  Anne has won many cases involving allegations of sex discrimination and disability discrimination, unfair dismissal, bullying and harassment and whistleblowing.   She has advised on and drafted Settlement Agreements, Contracts of Employment and staff policies.  She has brought and defended breach of contract claims and advised and represented clients in injunction proceedings. 

She has advised on all matters relating to redundancy.  Anne has also advised on the Transfer of Undertakings Regulations and the laws and regulations relating to Health and Safety, manual handling, risk assessments and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations.

Formerly, Anne represented victims of clinical negligence and victims of accidents in workplaces and of road traffic accidents and many claims for compensation for victims of accidents on both private and public property.  Anne has also been successful in obtaining compensation for victims who have suffered injuries as a result of defective products.

Anne has handled many complex, high value claims, winning substantial awards in excess of £500,000 for victims who suffered catastrophic injuries who had been left severely and permanently disabled.  Anne also has considerable experience of representing victims of industrial diseases, including asbestosis-related conditions, noise-induced hearing loss, hand/arm vibration syndrome, repetitive strain injuries and work-related stress claims.