Employment Tribunal success | Breach of TUPE allegations
Employment tribunals are a drain on management time and take leaders away from the essential elements of their business. Our commitment is that where we represent businesses in employment tribunal processes, our clients will:
Stay focused on your business. Receive a project plan of key stages and milestones, enabling you to utilise your management time effectively.
Achieve clarity on costs. Choose from a range of cost-effective pricing options so you remain in control of your legal spend.
Maximise your chance of success. Receive honest advice so you can make informed choices and commercially strategic decisions.
Be prepared. Benefit from dedicated support including preparation for individuals involved in a final hearing.
Our team was built upon a specific expertise in defending tribunal claims and our success rates attest to our longstanding experience, with 95% of claims won for our clients over the last 3 years. Contact the team if you are facing an employment tribunal or want to discuss ways of avoiding claims.
To understand how our costs are calculated view our 'Employment Tribunal Claims for Businesses Pricing overview'.
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