Employment tribunals

Court is the last place you want to be, which is why we’ll work tirelessly to find another solution. But if you do end up there, it’s good to know we’ve got your back.

We’re there for you 24/7

Our number one objective is to make sure you don’t end up in court. But, the reality is that it sometimes happens. Whether for unfair dismissal, redundancy payments or discrimination claims, you may one day find yourself facing a court battle and wondering where to turn.

You can count on our pragmatic expertise

We know this is a stressful, emotional experience and we’ll do our best to reduce the strain. In most cases we’re able to calm things down without the need for litigation. But if we can’t, we’ll provide robust, expert leadership, so you’ll get the best possible outcome for your situation. In fact we’re so confident in the quality of our advice it’s covered by our unique guarantee.

We also recognise that sometimes a commercial decision is the right one for your business. That’s why we’ll take you through all your options and cover the costs of one day of representation to defend any tribunal claim that arises from a commercial decision made after discussion with our Employment Law team.

And once it’s all over, we’ll work with you to ensure you don’t ever have to go through the tribunal process again.

Get in touch to talk it over.

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