Daniel Cheung, Solicitor-Advocate
Daniel Cheung is a practising Solicitor-Advocate with Higher Rights of Audience in civil and criminal proceedings. He is frequently advocating in the Employment Tribunals and has appeared before various Tribunals throughout the UK.
Daniel has dealt with all employment claims, including unfair dismissal, notice pay, wages, whistle-blowing, health and safety, TUPE, redundancy, holiday, bonus, and discrimination (sex, race, and disability). Due to his additional practice as an immigration solicitor, he has specialised knowledge in claims of illegality where the employee is a foreign worker. Clients have commented on his firm but fair approach in the Tribunals. Daniel is also a qualified Solicitor in Scotland and can deal with the minor procedural differences in the two jurisdictions.
In non-contentious matters, Daniel has drafted staff handbooks for organisations ranging from small local businesses to large corporations and the government. Employees from various industry including banking institutions, universities, tourism companies and law firms have sought Daniel to advise on the effects of restrictive covenants in preventing them to work for competitors or establishing a new business and how this problem can be resolved.