We have considerable experience of dealing with claims of sexual harassment, whistle blowing, transfer of undertakings (TUPE), redundancy pay and unlawful deductions from your wages. We also advise on settlement agreements, equal pay and flexible working requests.
We deal with all matters relating to your treatment at work, including unfair dismissal, redundancy pay or discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
We have various cost options for Employment Tribunal representation.
We advise on personal immigration issues.
Whether your case is being funded by you or you have the support of a legal expense insurer or a trade union you will find our approach to costs fair and transparent. If you are asked to enter into a settlement agreement, we can usually negotiate that all, or a substantial proportion of your fees are paid by your employer.
We cannot provide advice to individuals prior to them becoming clients. However, we can quickly set you up as a client and arrange an appointment for you. To assist further, we offer a fixed fee service for individuals who wish to take some initial advice.
To book an initial consultation with one of our solicitors, please call 023 8048 2482, or send us an online enquiry.
The group is commended for an “excellent quality of work,” with the “infrastructure to have experts within their field, but also small enough to have the working relationship with key people.”
Another source has a “very good overall impression” of the team: “They tailor their advice to suit us, and they build up a rapport with you in terms of your business.”
Chambers & Partners Legal Directory 2019
The team at Paris Smith LLP represents both employers and employees and is a popular choice due to its breadth of expertise, which covers advisory and disputes work. It has a focus on the education, transport and logistics sectors and handles such matters as director exits, restrictive covenants and a range of discrimination cases. Clive Dobbin, who leads the team, successfully acted for a client in a dispute where 15 employees brought an action at the Employment Tribunal concerning the application of TUPE rules. David Roath has extensive expertise in dealing with employment cases, especially those concerning director exits, restrictive covenants and whistleblowing. He routinely conducts his own advocacy and is also a mediator.
- Legal 500 2018-19 Edition – Employment
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