Employment Disputes and Tribunal Representation

We know that taking a case to an Employment Tribunal can be a daunting prospect. Yet when all other avenues of resolution have been exhausted, the recorded decision of independent judges may be the only way to settle a dispute definitively.

We provide comprehensive advice and representation to employers who wish to bring or defend a claim in the Employment Tribunal. We can help you every step of the way –explaining how we will prepare and present your case and advise you on developments.

We work within a trusted network of specialist barristers who have extensive experience in employment tribunal representation, as well as a wealth of independent experts should they be required.

Ultimately, our goal is always to obtain the best possible outcome for you as quickly and inexpensively as possible.

To find out how much your case could cost, our employment services for organisations pricing page can provide you with all the information you need. 

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