Remziye Ozcan Solicitor, Employment
Remziye is an employment solicitor at Slater and Gordon Lawyers in London.
She deals with contentious and non-contentious employment matters.
During her career, Remziye has successfully acted for a wide range of clients, including city bankers, senior executives in the financial sector, teachers, healthcare professionals, senior directors and solicitors. She is experienced in negotiating high value and confidential settlements while simultaneously protecting reputation and future career prospects. Part of her experience has been successfully negotiating a settlement against a Premiership Football Club. Remziye is strategic and technical, both in litigation and in negotiations in order to achieve the best commercial, practical and legal outcome for every client.
She has been involved in a number of high profile cases against global banks which have had considerable national press coverage, such as Bouabdillah v Deutsche Bank and Bouabdillah v Commerzbank AG, relating to high value equal pay, sex discrimination and victimisation claims.
She has successfully assisted many clients with pregnancy and maternity discrimination claims and negotiated settlements, often before or at early stages of litigation. In addition, she has particular interest in advising clients on family friendly rights in the workplace.
Remziye makes regular TV appearances, having recently spoken on BBC London News to discuss important employment law issues surrounding maternity leave and premature birth. She has written articles that have been published in the New Statesman and the Corporate LiveWire Expert Guide to Discrimination. She regularly engages with key topics and issues in order to provide legal comments to the press including contributing to the Huffington Post about sexual harassment in the workplace, following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
She also has experience in delivering specialist employment law training to a variety of audiences.
Thomas Moore assists Remziye with her cases and their details can be found here.
- Unfair dismissal
- Pregnancy and maternity discrimination
- Sex discrimination and victimisation
- Disability discrimination
- Family friendly rights
- Financial services sector
- Settlement agreements
- Contractual issues
- Negotiated exits
- Since 2016 - Slater and Gordon Lawyers
- 2012 - 2016 - Partners Employment Lawyers
- 2009 - 2012 - B.D Laddie Solicitors (now Seddons)
- 2008 - 2009 - PricewaterhouseCoopers
- LPC, College of Law, London
- LLB Law (honours), London School of Economics and Political Science
- Member of the Employment Lawyers Association
- Member of London Solicitors Litigation Association
- Member of Discrimination Lawyers Association
Recent Testimonials for Remziye Ozcan
“You became a really important part of my life during this difficult journey. I could not have asked for a better person in a professional and personal capacity to represent me. I am truly grateful for all the help, care and guidance you have given and your lasting impression and the warmth we have for you will remain with our family for many years. Thank you again for believing in me and working for my best interests throughout this journey.”
Ms D, London
“Remziye’s support and effort on my case has been exceptional. I was very fortunate to have her advising me on my Employment Tribunal case against my previous employer. Remziye was highly professional, diligent and very understanding of my situation and calmly outlined the steps and process once she understood the background to my case. Her strategic analysis and her patience throughout this stressful period softened the impact for me personally of the entire process.”
Mr T, London
“ This has been the most fraught, stressful experience in my working life. So I particularly valued how you clearly communicated my options in your initial advice which gave me the confidence to appeal the grievance. I also appreciated the fact that you worked quickly to try to minimise delays even if my employer didn't! I'd be very happy to recommend you to others who find themselves in need of an excellent employment solicitor.”