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Stefan Liberadzki

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Telephone 020 7831 0222
Email stefanl@42br.com

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Introduction

Stefan is an established civil practitioner whose work covers employment, personal injury, clinical neligence, social housing and landlord & tenant. He has a wide range of experience in advocacy at all levels, representing clients who range from individuals to multinational businesses. Stefan offers incisive, to-the-point advice and a thorough and measured approach to litigation.

Solicitors have described Stefan’s preparation and delivery at court as “excellent” and commented that he “is extremely personable and manages to put the client at ease.” Feedback from lay clients includes: “Within my twenty years of dealing with a variety of lawyers, very few have come across the way that Stefan presents himself and his client, putting their interests and welfare first”.

Stefan undertook pupillage at 42 Bedford Row and has been a tenant since 2014.  Before coming to the Bar, he worked in the Property, Family & Trusts team at the Law Commission and as a visiting tutor in Property Law at King’s College London. Outside of work he plays the clarinet in a wind ensemble and enjoys cycling and attending concerts.

Employment

Stefan has a significant and growing specialism in employment law. He is regularly instructed on multi-day hearings involving complex discrimination, whistleblowing and constructive dismissal claims. As well as acting for claimants, his employer client base includes supermarket chains, transport authorities, pharmacies and manufacturers. He is able to understand the particular needs and challenges faced by clients in different sectors of the economy.

Stefan’s recent experience includes:

  • Acting for a claimant who successfully established “employee” status, despite the fact that the contract described the claimant as “self-employed” and he received no pay under the arrangement. At a later hearing he proved that he was a disabled person and subsequently secured a favourable settlement through judicial mediation. Click here to read more.
  • Representing a food manufacturer at a five-day final hearing at which the claimant relied on dozens of covertly recorded conversations. All claims, including allegations of whistleblowing detriments going back several years, were dismissed.
  • Successfully representing a supermarket against a store manager who had been dismissed for payroll fraud. The Tribunal found not only that the dismissal was fair, but also that the claimant was in fact guilty of fraud and that he and his witnesses had lied under oath.

News & events

Stefan Liberadzki represents Employment Tribunal claimant who successfully establishes “employee” status for claim under the Equality Act

In EP v The Gym Ltd, the Claimant (referred to here as ‘EP’) was engaged by a nationwide chain of low-cost 24-hour gyms as a “freelance personal trainer”. His claim for disability discrimination arises from the Respondent’s termination of his contract on the grounds of absence from work, which he says was caused by a medical condition amounting to a disability.

4th January 2018 Read more

Education and Awards

  • Bar Professional Training Course – Kaplan Law School – Very Competent (2013)
  • Queen Mother Scholarship – Middle Temple (2011)
  • BA in Law – University of Cambridge (2010)
  • Senior Harris Scholarship – Downing College, Cambridge (2010)

News & events

News & events

Stefan Liberadzki represents Employment Tribunal claimant who successfully establishes “employee” status for claim under the Equality Act

In EP v The Gym Ltd, the Claimant (referred to here as ‘EP’) was engaged by a nationwide chain of low-cost 24-hour gyms as a “freelance personal trainer”. His claim for disability discrimination arises from the Respondent’s termination of his contract on the grounds of absence from work, which he says was caused by a medical condition amounting to a disability.

4th January 2018 Read more