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Biography

Charlotte Allery

Charlotte Allery

Associate | British Virgin Islands
+1 284 852 4374 charlotte.allery@harneys.com
Biography

Charlotte Allery is a member of the Private Wealth and Regulatory team based in our BVI offices. She specialises in employment law, advising high net worth individuals and organisations of all sizes on both contentious and non-contentious workplace matters. Her experience involves advising on day-to-day employment matters, including exiting staff, disciplinary issues, and drafting contracts, to advising on complex settlements and Tribunal claims. She also has particular expertise in data protection, specifically compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the BVI’s recently introduced Data Protection Act, and the resul ...

Charlotte Allery is a member of the Private Wealth and Regulatory team based in our BVI offices. She specialises in employment law, advising high net worth individuals and organisations of all sizes on both contentious and non-contentious workplace matters.

Her experience involves advising on day-to-day employment matters, including exiting staff, disciplinary issues, and drafting contracts, to advising on complex settlements and Tribunal claims. She also has particular expertise in data protection, specifically compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the BVI’s recently introduced Data Protection Act, and the resulting obligations in the workplace.

With previous experience in UK business immigration and commercial law, Charlotte also advises on consultancy agreements, NDAs, general commercial terms, and local immigration applications. She regularly supports the regulatory and corporate teams in corporate matters, together with advising in the digital asset space.

Prior to joining Harneys, Charlotte worked for Coffin Mew (now Knights plc), where she was a member of the Employment department and sat on the firm’s Technology Sector. She also previously acted as a legal advisor at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), the professional body and voice of the UK’s recruitment industry.

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