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Employment Tribunal Claims and other employment related cases

Employment Tribunal Claims and other employment related cases

“Their knowledge of the law, detail of our case, and their clear strategy made us feel that we were in the best hands.” 

T Culpin, HR advisor

Headline grabbing discrimination and whistleblowing court cases in the press are all too familiar. Whilst the reality is that most people don’t want to go to court,  there are some that feel they have no option or just want “their day in court”.

Based on our collective years of experience at the coal face,  we  confidently guide our clients through the employment tribunal process.  As well as providing expert, commercially astute and practical advice,  we work with leading barristers chambers in the UK to ensure that our clients get the very best representation in court.

We understand:

  • detail in a case is crucial – and whilst there may not be a “smoking gun” email,  there may be a wealth of other evidence which may persuade a tribunal in your favour;
  • careful and skilful pleading of your case, and  concise and polished witness statements that addresses the relevant facts creates the right impression and provides the best chance of success;
  • tactics in a case – whether a measured approach is appropriate or alternatively when the time is right to be ruthless;
  • when an expertly negotiated exit is the best way forward

We  have particular expertise in:

  • Complex and sensitive discrimination and whistleblowing claims
  • Unfair dismissal, including redundancy and various types of automatic claims;
  • Claims under TUPE and TULR(C)A, and TUPE employee liability information disputes
  • Breach of contract
  • Unlawful deduction of wages and holiday pay claims

High Court Injunctions

We have significant High Court experience including Injunction experience, particularly in relation to:

  • Disciplinary related matters including unlawful suspension
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Bonus and shares issues and payments

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