Maria Gallucci

Partner
Employment
Tel. 01908 202156 / 07879 555412
Milton Keynes

About Maria

Maria has been a qualified employment solicitor since 2001, predominantly advising and acting on behalf of employers, but also employees. During this time, she has developed a wealth of expertise in all areas of employment law.

Maria supports clients across a wide range of employment issues, including:

  • TUPE transfers arising out of both business transfers and service provision changes;
  • Redundancy issues, including those arising out of company insolvency;
  • Settlement Agreements;
  • Complex discrimination cases (particularly in the fields of disability, sex and race discrimination);
  • Advocacy at various hearings, including case management discussions and final hearings, in Employment Tribunal cases;
  • High Court employment matters, including those involving breach of post termination of employment restrictions and/or confidentiality.

In addition, Maria is a member of the firm’s business protection team providing advice to businesses on data theft, unlawful competition, and misuse and infringement of IP. She is also a member of the CIPD Beds Group Committee and a voluntary member of the Badminton England Disciplinary Committee.

Maria heads up the firm’s Corporate & Commercial department, and also leads the firm’s specialist advice services for GDPR, and provides data audits, training and data protection/privacy information to companies.

Maria is a member of the Law Society and the Employment Lawyers Association, and speaks fluent Italian.

What Maria’s clients say about her:

“Maria was a shining example of how a solicitor should act; she was incredibly helpful from the get-go, very supportive and understood all of the issues I was experiencing and advised me with the best intentions throughout. I 100% know that the next time I require a solicitor, thanks to Maria, I will always use Woodfines, moving forwards.”

“Professional, extremely clear, empathetic service.”

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