Most of our staff are working remotely and we are arranging meetings via video conferencing or telephone call where possible. However, our offices are open for essential meetings, which are by prior appointment only, if there is no alternative.
To see how we are operating safely at this time, you can read about our safety measures below.
All of our staff will continue to be available on the same telephone numbers and email addresses, please see our People Page for contact details.
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Employment law is constantly evolving and being updated, so staying abreast of the latest developments is vital in order to avoid costly and time-consuming claims. Non-compliance with employment law obligations can be disastrous for an employer. Not only can it be extremely costly, but it can also irreparably damage your company’s reputation.
Our specialist employment law solicitors can provide efficient, prompt and pro-active legal advice in relation to any employment law issue encountered by your business.
We can represent you if your case is taken to court and we have an excellent success rate in employment tribunals. However, we believe that the best and most cost-effective option is usually finding a solution outside of the courts and tribunals.