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  • Overview

    The law relating to dismissal is complicated and fast moving. The contractual rights of the parties to a contract of employment are supplemented by considerable statutory protection for employees. As a result, the implications of getting things wrong can be costly. So taking expert legal advice at an early stage is essential.

    We have extensive experience of acting for both employers and senior employees in situations where dismissal is being contemplated. As well as advising you on the law, we are also well aware of the importance of employing the right tactics to ensure the best possible outcome.

    Whatever the circumstances, we are used to hitting the ground running, ensuring that we quickly analyse your case, advise you on the best course of action and assist you in taking the necessary steps swiftly and effectively.

    For further information please contact one of the team.

       

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    Securing an enhanced settlement package for an employee

    Alexander Millward and Eleanor Hobbs assisted an individual who was an employee of a law firm and was given a settlement agreement as a result of alleged performance issues.

    Negotiating a redundancy agreement

    An employee of an insurance company in London approached the Employment team after receiving a settlement agreement. Alexander Millward and Eleanor Hobbs were instructed on this matter.

    Advising on a settlement agreement

    Alexander Millward and Eleanor Hobbs recently assisted an individual in relation to advice on a settlement agreement.

    Helping an employer resolve a complicated case involving risk of disclosure of confidential information

    One of our client’s employees was found, after he handed in his notice, to have been using our client’s confidential information and its systems to conduct business for some clients of the business on side for his own gain.

    Aiding in a restructuring of senior management

    Our client, a subsidy of a pan-European company, needed to boost profitably. We conducted five managed terminations of senior staff whose performance at work was not conducive to the future success of the company.

    When is it appropriate to settle an employment tribunal claim?

    There are times when an employer needs to, and should, take a stand when facing a claim in the employment tribunal and there are times when it makes commercial sense to settle.

    Defending employment tribunal proceedings for unfair dismissal

    There are times when an employer needs to take a stand which is exactly what Berry Gardens Limited the UK's largest berry supplier, with an annual turnover of £193 million did in respect of defending unfair dismissal proceedings issued against it by a former employee which it felt was a ‘try on’.

    Striking out frivolous employment tribunal claims and recovering costs

    Crowhurst Park, a holiday and leisure park on the outskirts of the historic town of Battle in East Sussex which lets luxury pine lodges and holiday homes on its 120 acre country estate, successfully got claims for constructive unfair dismissal struck out and costs awarded against the employees.

    Dismissing a difficult and obstructive employee

    The conduct of an employee in certain circumstances can result in the irretrievable breakdown of the working relationship entitling an employer to terminate the contract of employment.

  • Latest Updates

    Workplace Law - October 2017

    The workplace as we know is ever evolving so make sure you are up to date with the latest issues in the workplace by reading this edition where we consider the ECJ ruling on discrimination for Greek police, previous incidents at work being considered in a misconduct dismissal and the taxation position of termination payments from April 2018.

    Huge hike in compensation payments for hurt and upset employees

    With effect from the 11 September 2017 there will be a very significant rise in compensation awards for injury to feelings or psychiatric injury in discrimination cases.

    FAQ: Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury

    Q: I have been injured in an accident which was partly my fault.  Does that stop me from claiming compensation? No.  Many people are reluctant to start a claim because they feel that an accident was their fault when in strict legal terms the accident was in fact caused wholly, or partly, by someone else.

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Clearly understood the issues, explained to me what I was not really familiar with and confirmed that my understanding of certain aspects was indeed correct.

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Clear concise advice and the negotiated removal of a number of unpleasant clauses to my benefit.

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Provided high quality advice!

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All the advice given was structured toward the type of business that we are.

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Very prompt and responsive both during and after business hours, to successfully progress the case to agreement within a short time period and to schedule

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I came away understanding the background to the advice given, and I am happy that this takes into account my best interests

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