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  • Overview

    Here we give you an overview of how we can assist your business in defending employment tribunal claims and protect its reputation.

    We have a track record of success in representing respondents and defending claims brought by employees or potential employees for unfair dismissal, discrimination or unlawful deduction from wages.

    We will guide your business through every stage of the tribunal process, from preparing the response form (ET3 and Grounds of Resistance), to providing support with disclosing documents, preparing witness statements and offering strategic and tactical advice throughout the process.

    How our lawyers can help

    • Identifying the risks and approach to a claim at an early stage
    • Assessing the legal costs involved in defending the claim
    • Establishing your prospects of success, assessing the risk of not succeeding and the costs involved
    • Calculating the necessary time and resources from you to defend the claim
    • Establishing whether a commercial settlement is appropriate or whether for business or reputational and policy reasons you should pursue the action to final hearing
    • Preparing a robust response if necessary to ensure that your business and its reputation are protected
    • Considering whether there are any lessons to be learnt from the process, identifying any potential training requirements or if changes to your policies and procedures are required.
       

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    Workplace Law - November 2017

    In the wake of a number of high profile allegations of sexual harassment we consider how to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace in this month’s Workplace Law. We also consider on going case law developments in respect of employment status and the risk assessment you need to perform for women who want to breastfeed at work.

    Employment Appeal Tribunal upholds the ruling that Uber drivers are workers

    Just over a year ago two drivers brought an action against Uber in the Employment Tribunal (ET) arguing that they should be treated as employees. The ET concluded that Uber drivers were not employees but that they were workers as a result of which they were entitled to be paid the minimum wage, receive paid statutory holiday and be paid statutory sick pay.

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At every stage in instructing TS&P (and I have used them for Residential Conveyancing, Family Law and Employment Law) I have always been very impressed with the quality of the people I have dealt with. Keep doing what they are doing and they will keep my business as well as be warmly recommended by me.

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Thomson Snell & Passmore's particular strengths are customer care and the speed at which they respond. Often when you are dealing with complicated issues speed is of the essence. I have not seen any weaknesses.

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Clear, high quality communication and guidance.

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Quick response to questions and successful outcomes due to good advice.

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A huge thank you for helping to resolve such a difficult situation.

Client

Realistic, pragmatic, good speed of response. They have built a relationship with us.

Chambers UK 2015

I feel confident in the way forward after speaking or meeting with the firm. They're very open and easy to talk to, with great expertise.

Chambers UK 2015

Thomson Snell & Passmore in my experience can meet expectation when dealing with employment matters and I would not recommend another practice before them. A highly professional service for a fair price.

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I am delighted that we work with Thomson Snell & Passmore and look forward to continuing the partnership.

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I would just like to thank you and your team so much for all the hard work, long hours and weekend working that you have put in over the last weeks and months on this case. We have definitely got a great result for our business.

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