Sarah ChiltonPartner at CM Murray
Sarah Chilton is a Partner specialising in partnership and employment law. She is dual qualified to practice in England & Wales and Scotland and has represented clients in both the English and Scottish Courts.
Sarah has an excellent reputation for providing pragmatic legal advice to employers and senior executives on a wide range of issues including reorganisation and redundancy, discipline and grievance procedures, absence and performance management, the employment law implications of buying or selling a business, protection of confidential information, whistleblowing, discrimination and restrictive covenants. Sarah is experienced at representing clients in the Employment Tribunal and has conducted her own advocacy.
Sarah also advises partners, partnerships, LLP members and LLPs on a wide range of issues including termination provisions, discrimination, remuneration, breach of duties and dissolution of partnerships.
Sarah has a particular interest in advising clients in the legal and financial services sectors and advises fund managers, partners and firms on issues arising when joining or leaving a fund, remuneration structures (including carried interest and good leaver/bad leaver provisions), and post termination restrictions. Sarah regularly advises on cross-border issues and the Scottish law implications relating to funds using Scottish partnerships structures.