Our Personal Employment Expertise
Our employment law solicitors act on behalf of directors, senior executives, partners, LLP members and senior employees concerning all aspects of the employment relationship. We regularly provide strategic advice to individuals requiring a sensitive but robust approach to employment law.
Our specialist employment solicitors have particular expertise in handling complex, high-value employment disputes involving discrimination (such as maternity and pregnancy, age, disability, sex and race discrimination). Our employment law experts also have experience assisting with whistleblowing claims and group litigation arising from mass redundancies and collective issues on business transfers.
Our employment law services include the following:
Our Approach to Employment Law
Our specialist team of employment solicitors is described in the independent Legal 500 directory as “excellent”. In addition, both Partners in our employment law team are recommended by the Legal 500. Therefore, you can be reassured that you will deal with some of the best employment solicitors in the country.
Our employment lawyers are determined and robust on your behalf, but also easy to deal with and clear in our confidential advice. Our employment solicitors will fight your corner but understand that a common-sense approach is often required to find solutions that work for you in the context of your professional and personal circumstances.
Our employment solicitors work to find a speedy and satisfactory resolution to any employment issue to avoid protracted and damaging conflict when employment disputes arise. We understand that employment disputes can be sensitive, so our employment solicitors handle such issues as workplace harassment, discrimination claims, and unlawful deduction cases with the utmost care and expertise.
Our Approach to Costs
Our employment lawyers know that clarity on costs is important to our clients. As standard practice, we give our clients an estimate of the costs involved in undertaking any piece of work at the outset. We then provide employment law cost updates regularly.
Why Work With Our Employment Team?
In particular, our employment lawyers offer the following:
- City centre standards of employment law advice and service levels due to our policy of recruiting only the best specialist employment solicitors from leading firms.
- Clear and straightforward UK employment law advice that is user-friendly, pragmatic, and commercial.
- Extensive experience in dealing with various employers, employees, and employment law disputes, giving you fast, helpful counsel based on knowledge of your business, its history, and pressures.
- A credible team of employment law solicitors that are used to dealing with and providing legal representation against large employers and law firms on behalf of our clients.
- A partner-led service and a genuinely accessible team of experienced employment law solicitors due to our size, structure, and unique culture.
- Cost-effective support tailored to your unique employment issues and certainty on costs where you need it.
Meet Our Employment Solicitors
Home-grown or recruited from national, regional or City firms. Our employment lawyers are experts in their fields and respected by their peers.
Jo is a Partner and Head of our Employment Team
Jo is a Partner in both our Employment and Compliance Teams
Charlotte is the Head of Myerson HR and a Partner in our Employment Team
Patrick is a Senior Associate in our Employment Team
Jack is a Senior Associate in our Employment Team
Vicki is an Associate in our Employment Team
Amy is a Solicitor in our Employment Team
Kurt is a Solicitor in our Employment Team
Victoria is a Trainee Solicitor in our Employment Team
Meghan is a Senior Legal PA in our Employment Team
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