Nour Belal


Nour specialises in employment and commercial matters with a track record of representing prominent businesses.

Her expertise encompasses all areas of employment law, including performance management, gross misconduct, redundancy, unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, discrimination, settlement agreements, restrictive covenants, employment contracts, policies, procedures, data protection, and data subject access requests. Nour has also assisted employers in navigating complex regulatory matters across various sectors including finance, healthcare, and education. This has included supporting employers and employees to resolve competency and misconduct issues without resorting to tribunal.

Nour places her clients at the heart of her work. She takes time to listen and understand their unique concerns and needs. This client-centered approach allows her to tailor her legal strategies to align with her clients' goals and priorities. Employment law issues are multifaceted, and Nour uses legal skill and accuracy to find the best solution. She is known for tackling employment challenges and is committed to finding the best way forward for her clients.

Nour's reputation as an employment lawyer is built on her unwavering commitment to her clients, her legal knowledge and ability to deliver results. She will tirelessly advocate for your rights and interests. Nour is not only a legal professional but also an advocate for mental health awareness and neurodiversity rights. She actively serves on the board of The Diversity Network, collaborating with businesses to develop and implement policies that safeguard both organisations and individuals from discriminatory practices.

Nour Belal

Associate Solicitor & Head of Employment Law Team | Employment

t: 01256 305583


Work Highlights

  • Acted for a registered charity in defending claims of disability discrimination and automatic unfair dismissal where the employee refused to comply with health and safety at work requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Successfully defended an investment business in a sex discrimination claim.
  • Played a pivotal role in enhancing a company's data protection policies and procedures. Her expertise ensured that the organisation met their regulatory requirements, securing sensitive data and minimising legal risks.
  • Acting on behalf of an organisation involved in a legal dispute with a former employee accused of poaching key clients in a restrictive covenant dispute. Through strategic negotiation a settlement agreement was drafted to achieve a favourable resolution avoiding protracted litigation.
  • Representing high net worth individuals in a mass redundancy exit from a financial institution and successfully negotiating their exit packages.

Key Specialisms / Work Areas

Disability Discrimination | Regulatory Matters | Redundancy and Severance Negotiation  |  Directorship Exits | Employee Benefits and Compensation |  Workplace Health & Safety Compliance  |  Wage and Overtime Disputes  | Performance Management and Improvement Plans  |  Privacy and Data Protection in Employment  |  Employment Handbook and Policy Drafting  |  Restrictive Covenant Litigation

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