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Employment tribunal claims

With over 200,000 claims a year employment tribunals have become a common part of law practice. If you have a dispute with an employer or employee our lawyers have the knowledge and experience to advise you through every step of the process, from preparing response to the advocacy at the hearing.

We’ve worked on employment tribunal claims and appeals, thanks to close relationships with specialist employment Barristers we can instruct them and can represent you all the way to the final hearing.  Alternatively, to represent you at the hearing whilst we give you the very best and most relevant advice.  We’ll always try to find alternative solutions to the problem if we can, and we’re really experienced in making settlements on a without prejudice basis, which could offer you the chance to deal with things out of court.

To help cover the costs of claims we can offer you access to our expert Employment insurance too, giving you peace of mind and security. It captures legal fees, costs and awards incurred in relation to employment disputes.

work life balance
Oct
2018

This week is National Work Life Week and the aim is to achieve awareness and improvement in relation to wellbeing at work and promoting a work-life balance.

The issue of data security has again taken centre stage after the High Court recently held Morrisons Supermarket to be vicariously liable for a rogue employee’s deliberate disclosure of co-workers’ personal data
May
2018

The issue of data security has again taken centre stage after the High Court recently held Morrisons Supermarket to be vicariously liable for a rogue employee’s deliberate disclosure of co-workers’ personal data.

can an employer monitor staff without infringing privacy
Jan
2018

The question of where the boundary lies between an employer’s need to monitor staff and an employee’s right to privacy has once again landed at the European Court of Human Rights’ door.

Employee Dismissal
Dec
2017

The end of last month saw the Employment Appeal Tribunal rule that an employer had unfairly dismissed an employee for failing to present evidence of their right to work.

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