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Disagreements or disputes with your employer can be stressful and it’s often hard to know how best to handle them. Many people feel intimidated and out of their depth, and as a result have a very difficult time at work.

That’s why it is vital to get good legal advice from a team that will work hard to resolve your employment problems and take the burden off your shoulders. Our specialist lawyers are experts in employment law and in making sure people know what is the fair treatment they should be receiving in their workplace. We regularly support clients at employment tribunals and know how to successfully present your case, to get you the right result.

Whether you have an issue with unfair or constructive dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination or redundancy, we can help. We also manage settlement agreements and can advise on a range of ways to resolve disputes, including mediation.

We are committed to giving you the support, care and consideration that you need, whether you are a chief executive or a checkout assistant, we are here to help.

Chambers and Partners UK 2018

Chambers and Partners UK 2018 Leading firm

What the team is known for Offers substantial experience in handling employment matters for healthcare sector clients and boasts a significant client base of local businesses and executives in Dorset, as well as larger corporates. Typically advises on issues such as restructuring mandates, TUPE matters and whistleblowing.

Strengths A client remarks: “They are always able to respond with clarity and practical advice whenever I contact them. The team are very effective at getting back to me in good time which is important.”

The Legal 500 UK

UK Top tier 2017
Lester Aldridge LLP fields ‘a well-managed team’, which is ‘responsive and quick’ and provides advice on a broad range of employment law issues, from collective redundancy procedures to disciplinary matters, the employment aspects of business restructurings and day-to-day issues. The team has a particularly strong focus on clients from the care sector, such as large regional care providers.

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