Employment-tribunals

Employment Tribunals

Should an employee raise a grievance we can advise you on how best to seek a resolution, including early conciliation, where appropriate.

The service requirement for unfair dismissal has risen to two years and, with the introduction of tribunal fees, there has been a sharp reduction in the number of cases brought. In addition, employers have early ACAS conciliation to contend with. We take all these into consideration when providing risk assessments to clients.

There have been significant changes affecting employment litigation and we work to ensure that none of our clients are kept in the dark.

In the event that proceedings are issued we will prepare your response and provide you with a clear case assessment at a very early stage which will assist you in identifying the best strategy in the circumstances.

Our team includes highly-skilled advocates who work as an extensive to your HR team. If matters get to a hearing you will know that you will be represented by someone who knows the issues involved and understands the way your business works. If circumstances require legal counsel, we look to highly regarded experts who share our ethos.

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To give your staff a full expectation of what would be expected of them if they were called to be a witness; we will train them through the process of giving evidence and make sure they fully understand what would be expected of them.

We aim to look after you every step of the way and will give you the best chance of a favourable judgment.

Latest News

07 February 2018
The Government has issued its response to the Matthew Taylor review of modern working practices and it fails to provide clarity on the big issue of worker status and the difficulties arising out of changes in working practices. read

07 February 2018
Commenting on the Government’s latest response to the Taylor Review, Michael Hibbs, head of employment law read

29 January 2018
An employee returned to work after almost a year off, but refused to do any actual work after his employer proposed he would not return to his full role immediately, raising a grievance claiming discrimination. read

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"They are very professional, respond promptly, always discuss the monthly bill and have, so far, provided us with excellent advice in connection with employment issues. I have been very satisfied."

Andrew Argyle LLB, Practice Director, Potter Clarkson LLP