Kath Sadler-Smith is a training and know-how lawyer with Osborne Clarke, specialising in employment and benefits law.
She has advised on both contentious and non-contentious issues, including: the employment aspects of corporate transactions; senior executive appointments and dismissals; restraint of trade; redundancies and business reorganisations; outsourcing and business transfers; discrimination issues; and the implications of engaging contractors and atypical workers. She regularly delivers bespoke training and updates to clients.
Kath spent more than two years on secondment to a blue-chip multinational software company, where she was responsible for: advising on a broad spectrum of HR issues; training HR and management; streamlining HR documentation and processes; and assisting US management in dealing with sensitive UK employee issues.
Kath joined Osborne Clarke in May 2000 having previously worked at Baker & McKenzie.