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Peter Grant-Hutchison

Peter Grant-Hutchison

Peter Grant-Hutchison is recommended in the current editions of both Chambers UK and Legal 500 for his expertise in Employment Law. Peter Grant-Hutchison of Terra Firma Chambers is a ''very experienced'' advocate who ''knows his stuff'' (Chambers UK, 2013). '[He] is a highly experienced employment law specialist who has acted in numerous market-leading disputes' (Chambers UK, 2012). Peter Grant-Hutchison's 'extensive and commanding knowledge of his subject' is appreciated, as is the 'alternative approach he brings to cases' (Legal 500, 2012). The 2010 edition described him as a 'first-choice junior his presentation of cases at the tribunal or in court is first rate.'

 

Professional Information:

Year of Call: 1988
Qualifications: LL.B University of Dundee, M.A (Hons) (Economics) University of Dundee


Biography:

Peter called to the Bar in 1988 and has become an established specialist in Employment Law and Personal Injuries Litigation.  He also has extensive experience of Fatal Accident Inquiries and Judicial Reviews.

Representing and advising both employers and employees, Peter's practice encompasses all aspects of Employment Law, such as Unfair Dismissal, Discrimination, Trade Union Victimisation, National Minimum Wage Act and Equal Pay Act claims. Peter has appeared in many forums up to and including the House of Lords.

"Sources have a high regard for long-time Advocate Peter Grant-Hutchison, who has been counselling police confederations in sex and race discrimination cases." Chambers UK 2008

...Peter Grant-Hutchison receives backing for the "accomplished and utterly convincing style" that he has developed over two decades in the law. - Quote from Chambers Directory (2009) - Employment section.


Appointments:

Part-Time Sheriff
Part-Time Immigration Judge
Member of the Competition Commission Appeals Panel
Part-Time Chairman of the Appeals Service
Member of Legal Panel for Equality and Human Rights Commission 

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