Rad started Employment Law Advocates in July 2007, having worked as an employment law adviser and accredited mediator for a variety of organisations. He is currently a barrister at Atlantic Chambers in Liverpool and cannot be instructed through Employment Law Advocates.
- Bournemouth Borough Council v Leadbeater,  All ER (D) 164 (Mar) An application to review a default judgment contains an implied application to extend time to serve an out of time response not merely by virtue of being out of time but where the application to extend time can be discerned from the review application.
- Stuart Peters v Bell  IRLR 941,  EWCA Civ 938 The Court of Appeal distinguished Norton Tool v Tewson  ICR 501, holding that an employee who is constructively unfairly dismissed without notice has to give credit for earnings he earns during his notice period.
- EPI Coaches Ltd v Lafferty UKEAT/0065/09 The EAT emphasised that where an application for relief from sanction is made, (1) even if the defaulting party does not have a good reason, the Employment Judge must put the explanation into context or evaluate it against other relevant factors, and (2) it is relevant to consider the merits of the claim.
- Shirmardi v Capital Limo Ltd UKEAT/0225/08 Successful perversity appeal concerning the number of hours an employee worked and its relationship to a minimum wage claim.
- Power v Regent Security Services  IRLR 226 Authority for the proposition that a transferee employer cannot rely upon TUPE Regulations and ECJ case law to resile from a contractual agreement entered into by reason of a transfer. Upheld by the Court of Appeal in ‚Äì Regent Security Services Ltd v Power  All ER (D) 298.
- Industrial Law Society
- Employment Lawyers Association
- Employment Law Bar Association
- Free Representation Unit
- Harvard Law School: Research Assistant to Professor Alan Dershowitz
- Inns of Court Law School, Bar Vocational Course
- King's College London, LLM
- London Metropolitan University, Common Professional Exam
- King's College London, BSc Chemistry