Andrew Humphrey – Employment & business regulations lawyer

Specialist in Employment

Andrew advises on all aspects of employment law to a client base ranging from small healthcare practices, large employment businesses to social-media companies, as well as other law firms. He undertakes routine litigation work on behalf of a well-known supermarket as well as advising on strategic employment issues. He also advises senior executives on managed exits.

Andrew has also been increasingly relied upon to advise on commercial and regulatory issues and has been heavily involved in GDPR preparation for both small and larger companies. This has included advising on marketing issues arising under PECR. Andrew’s reputation in this area has led him to be separately instructed in relation to the management of large-scale data-breaches and other GDPR-related complaints.


  • Advising the head of a senior executive team of a trading division of a large American bank regarding the implications of the Remuneration Code on his ability to remunerate his team.
  • Advising a £100m turnover employment business on its business model from a regulatory perspective to include IR35 issues.
  • Leading an employment team on a number of multi-million transactions, ranging from the purchase of a hotel from an administrator to the acquisition of businesses run from a private estate.
  • Handling large-scale employee and contractor redundancies with union involvement
  • Leading the crisis management team of a bio-tech company following commercially-sensitive whistle-blower claims
  • Advising technology and media companies on their reward strategies and implementation of bonus and commission schemes



External Roles

Member of the Employment Lawyers’ Association


Andrew has a keen interest in animation and graphic design.

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GDPR: one year old and ready to grow (adult) teeth

Posted in Excello Law Blogs on 5 Aug 2019

The deadline of 25th May 2018 is deeply ingrained in the corporate psychology of businesses across Europe. That was the deadline by which they strained every sinew to audit their systems, update their data-protection processes, and upgrade their security in order to meet the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The most significant […]

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