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Employment law is constantly changing and adapting to keep up with modern working practices and demands. It can be complicated and often confusing. We provide advice, guidance and support for employers and employees.

Our employment services range from drafting contracts and conducting proceedings in the Employment Tribunals and Courts to helping you to enforce your employment rights.

Our employment law services include:
  • drafting staff contracts of employment and directors service agreements;
  • revising existing employment contracts and introducing new terms and conditions;
  • advising on the effects of the TUPE Regulations;
  • dealing with redundancies and other forms of dismissals;
  • bringing proceedings for breach of employment contracts including applications for restraining orders and claims for wrongful dismissal;
  • bringing proceedings in the Employment Tribunals;
  • negotiating compromise agreements and dispute resolution;
  • advising on discrimination claims;
  • working time regulations and equal pay claims

Contact us to discuss how we can help you with your employment matter

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