Our employment lawyers prides ourselves on the specialist employment advice we provide to the sectors in which the firm specialises.

When a dispute arises at work, the our experienced employment solicitors provide high quality advice to individuals delivered in a clear and straight forward manner in order to achieve a positive outcome. Advice provided to individuals includes (but is not limited to):

  • Contracts and terms of employment;
  • Disciplinary, grievance and capability procedures;
  • Part time and fixed term employees;
  • Age, disability, race, sex, sexual orientation and religious discrimination;
  • Dismissals, including advice on unfair, constructive, wrongful, and redundancy dismissal;
  • TUPE and related issues;
  • Restrictive covenants;
  • Family friendly working issues;
  • Settlement agreements;
  • Whistle blowing;
  • Representation at employment tribunals.

We pride ourselves on giving the advice in a clear, practical and cost-effective way. After your first meeting with one of our team we aim to provide  a clear plan on how to deal with the issue that concerns you, whether with our without our ongoing assistance.

One of the partners in the team qualified as a barrister prior to becoming a solicitor and has acted as advocate in hundreds of employment tribunal cases.  The team therefore has the capacity to instruct “in-house counsel”, enabling continuity of advice and representation in a particular case.

Our fees

Bringing and defending claims for unfair or wrongful dismissal

What our clients say

"Their legal advice is solid, clear and well expressed. They are also very good at confirming best practice and giving practical as well as legal advice on implementation."

Legal 500, 2021

What our clients say

"They have a range of experts in a variety of legal fields whose expertise we can draw upon. Response times have been exemplary."

Chambers - 2014

The law and practice referred to in this article or webinar has been paraphrased or summarised. It might not be up-to-date with changes in the law and we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information provided at the time of reading. It should not be construed or relied upon as legal advice in relation to a specific set of circumstances.