Welcoming Tony Irving to our Employment team

We are extremely pleased to welcome employment specialist Tony Irving, who brings over 35 years’ experience in dispute resolution.

After training with Blaser Mills in Harrow, Tony joined Hancock Quins in Watford where he became a partner. He is well known in the field of employment dispute resolution, having played a key role in the case of Cherry Tree v Fanstone, which is still cited in legal textbooks. He is no stranger to the Court of Appeal, and has handled many cases involving well-known brand names.

Tony is a member of the Solicitors’ Association of Higher Courts Advocates, and can handle cases all the way through an Employment Tribunal without needing to instruct a separate barrister. However, as do all of us at SA Law, Tony favours more cost-effective and conciliatory methods of resolving disputes such as negotiation, mediation and arbitration.

We are delighted Tony has agreed to join us, and know he will bring great benefit to SA Law’s employer and employee clients. 

CONTACT CHRIS

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or an Employment law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Chris Cook on 01727 798089.

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