Ben advises and represents claimants and respondents in matters spanning the range of statutory employment disputes. He is regularly instructed in multi-day and multi-week trials in Employment Tribunals across the country.
Ben is in demand for his meticulous preparation and incisive cross-examination. He has been instructed in various high value, high profile and complex trials, and is known not only for his ability to secure positive outcomes in difficult cases, but also for his user-friendly manner with clients.
Ben appears regularly at appellate level. Before the EAT he appears regularly both advancing and resisting appeals. He has been led in high profile matters before the Court of Appeal, including the leading case on the nature of limitation periods in employment statutes (Coletta v Bath Hill Court  EWCA Civ 1707,  3 All E.R. 59,  I.C.R. 703,  I.R.L.R. 124).
Before coming to the Bar Ben also worked on labour law as an academic lawyer. In this mode he attended various international conferences to present papers on UK employment law and he continues to contribute to publications in the field.