Our employment law and immigration team works with clients to resolve high level complex issues, deliver cost savings and identify and manage labour and immigration law risks.
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We deal with a variety of issues including gig economy, IR35, employment termination, boardroom disputes, redundancies, harassment, discrimination and immigration.
We operate at the cutting edge of employment law, being involved in some of the most pressing issues of our time. The cases we have been involved in have helped shape the law in matters including the legal rights of contractors in the workforce and how corporate insolvency affects employment claims. We are thus regularly instructed to appear before Employment Tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
We specialise in managing complex, high profile and high risk situations. When your business instructs us, you can expect clear and effective advice on complex legal issues and innovative yet pragmatic solutions to ensure the best outcome, while ensuring that your commercial and reputational interests are protected.
We also manage the legal problems facing individuals including senior executives, CEOs, partners, founders and board members. Because of this, we know how lawyers acting for both employees and employers operate, can anticipate the tactics they will deploy, and understand exactly what our clients will face.
Similarly, our dedicated immigration team get the key employees of global businesses into the UK, private individuals with their immigration issues, nationality concerns, settlement complications, or work permit problems. They advise EU nationals and their family members on remaining in the United Kingdom post-Brexit.
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For pensions and employee benefits related support, please see our consulting page.
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Insights / Q&A: Changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
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News / EU Update – Settled and Pre-Settled Immigration Status in the UK
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