Darshan is regularly instructed in all areas of employment and discrimination law, and he advises and acts for employees, trade unions, and employers from private and public sectors. He has substantial experience of employment tribunal proceedings and regularly attends multi-day final hearings. He has been instructed in cases involving the full range of employment law issues, including questions of employee/worker status, whistleblowing, holiday pay, discrimination, TUPE, Agency Worker Regulations, flexible working and unfair dismissal.
Darshan has experience of collective work, including claims of collective redundancy and of failure to consult under TUPE. Recently, he appeared as sole counsel in the Central Arbitration Committee in Unison v Cornerstone TUR1/1092(2019).
Darshan has been led by Oliver Segal KC at a joint settlement meeting in respect of a multi-million pound claim and has also achieved success recently as junior counsel in the High Court in Cox v SSHD  EWHC 680 (QB) and Crane v DEFRA  EWHC 1626 (QB). He also has appellate experience, having appeared without a leader in the Court of Appeal in Nicol v Blackfriars Settlement  9 WLUK 353.
Darshan can accept instructions on a public access basis where appropriate. He regularly advises on settlement agreements.
Darshan is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and of the Employment Law Bar Association.