Employment disputes are inevitable in the workplace. Employees are more aware of their legal rights than ever. The risk to you of facing a claim has never been greater.
Our team of specialist employment solicitors can help you to minimise the risk of receiving a claim. Employment law is procedural, so if you get the procedure right, you are already one big step closer to preventing claims. Our track record in keeping our clients out of the tribunal is impressive.
We have an extremely high success rate in resolving claims, whether that is by negotiation, having cases struck out, where the employee has withdrawn their claim or where we have successfully defended it.
Gotelee’s Employment Team are all talented tribunal advocates. This means that we can handle your case from start to finish, including the final hearing. You get the reassurance that you are being represented by someone who knows your business and your case inside out and back to front. That way, the issues are completely understood and your case is presented in the best possible light.
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Our charges are very reasonable and tailored to the work that you would like us to do. In the vast majority of cases, we will be able to agree a fixed fee for your work, so that you can safely budget, with no fear of receiving an unexpected bill from us. Or we can offer a monthly fixed fee retainer.
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