Elizabeth McEneny is a Senior Consultant with a cross over Employment, partnership and commercial disputes practice.
Elizabeth has a wealth of experience advising a wide range of clients, from FTSE 100 companies, multi-national corporates and partnerships to directors/ shareholders and private individuals. Elizabeth’s work involves all stages of High Court actions and arbitrations, as well as mediations and advisory work.
The range of advice given by Elizabeth to employers and senior executives includes claims for discrimination, harassment, breach of contract and unfair dismissal.
Elizabeth frequently advises C- suite executives on exit strategies and corporates on recruitment of senior hires who often have long notice periods, complex remuneration structures and anti-competition restrictions, many of which have multi -jurisdictional issues. Elizabeth advises on the operation of remuneration schemes, bonus schemes, long-term incentive plans and share plans, especially in relation to malus and clawback provisions and indirect restraints of trade.
Elizabeth has extensive experience in restrictive covenant and confidential information litigation, including obtaining injunctions to restrain unlawful activity and Court orders to preserve evidence and to seize property.
Elizabeth also advises on Investigations into misconduct and is known for her non- judgemental approach and careful handholding through what can be some of the most traumatic events in her client’s lives. She is known for her ability to carefully dissect evidence and assert a positive robust case.
Elizabeth advises on and litigates shareholder disputes and is known for her out of the box thinking in finding creative resolutions for parties often in entrenched bitter disputes.
Elizabeth advises partners and firms on a range of partnership disputes. She frequently advises international law partners on their exit strategies, and disputes regarding profit share, breach of the duty of good faith and restrictive covenants.
Elizabeth was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in December 1998.