Employment Law

Acting for employers and employees helps us to help you.

Tamara Barbeary, Head of Employment Law

Employment law can be pretty challenging. But we think that acting for both employers and employees gives us a distinct edge when it comes to advising you. Our specialists help employees with general advice on employment rights, grievances, claims and settlement agreements. We offer a number of funding options depending on the circumstances of each particular case and the level of assistance required. We can usually offer fixed fees for the stages of work and will try to do this where possible.

For employers, we know that employment issues can be a real headache. So we’ll take away as much stress as possible, leaving you free to run your business. The businesses we advise and act for come in all shapes and sizes. Each one is unique – as is yours – so we’ll tailor what we do to meet your individual needs. We can be as hands-on as you want us to be.

We like being completely transparent, too. We’re happy to provide free, no-obligation quotations for all our employer services. Where possible, we will try to offer our services on a fixed fee basis, so you can budget effectively. Because we want to create long-lasting relationships, we can also arrange monthly or yearly contracts. That way, we can provide ongoing advice in return for a fixed monthly direct debit payment.

We are able to assist with all employment law enquiries. Please get in contact with us to arrange a consultation at your convenience. 

Testimonials

  • Both Jackie and Marilyn were able to give excellent and professional advice throughout. The sale was particularly complicated and they rose to… Read more

    Julie D

  • Todd dealt with our purchase and re-mortgage of another property. The transactions went through very smoothly and quickly due to Todd being… Read more

    Claire M

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Meet some of our employment law team...

  • Lauren Donaldson

    Legal Assistant and bookworm

  • Tamara Barbeary

    Head of Employment Law and DIY enthusiast

  • Pauline Barber

    Legal Secretary and cinema buff