RESHMA DERASARI

RESHMA DERASARI

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Consultant Solicitor

Location(s): Carter Lane

Phone: 020 8774 9778

Language(s): English, Gujarati

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Reshma is a highly skilled and experienced solicitor with a proven track record in civil litigation and dispute resolution.

She is committed to providing exceptional legal representation and strategic guidance to clients seeking resolution through alternative dispute resolution mechanisms or litigation. She collaborates closely with clients to develop effective case strategies, ensuring their interests are safeguarded and objectives are achieved.

Reshma has expert knowledge of and experience in delivering advice and representation in a wide range of employment issues, including unfair dismissals and grievances, in a flexible and approachable way. Many of her high value case concerning claims under the Equality Act were reported by media outlets.

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