We are a niche firm of employment and discrimination lawyers based in Canary Wharf, London. We act for both businesses and senior executives. Our specialist employment lawyers provide high quality advice on all legal matters.
We are ranked as a Leading Firm in Employment Law by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners independent guides to the UK Legal Profession.
We advise businesses and senior executives on a wide range complex legal issues, from high profile discrimination and whistleblowing claims, to the TUPE implications of outsourcing arrangements. We also advise on disciplinary, grievance and capability procedures, redundancies, unfair dismissal claims, complex equal pay issues, restrictive covenants and team moves, settlement agreements and high value bonus disputes. In addition, our solicitors in Canary Wharf draft employment contracts, service agreements, handbooks and policies.
We advise businesses and senior executives on a wide range of complex legal issues, from high profile discrimination and whistleblowing claims, to the TUPE implications of outsourcing arrangements. We also advise on disciplinary, grievance and capability procedures, redundancies, unfair dismissal claims, complex equal pay issues, restrictive covenants and team moves, settlement agreements and high value bonus disputes. In addition, our solicitors in Canary Wharf draft employment contracts, service agreements, handbooks and policies.
We work in partnership with our clients and our priority is to build long term trusted relationships. Our partner led teams are committed to ensuring that our legal advice consistently exceeds our clients’ expectations.
Our specialist employment lawyers London have been involved in cutting edge employment law issues and they are renowned for delivering pragmatic commercial solutions. They provide quick, practical commercial advice in sensitive and time-pressured situations.
Employment issues go to the heart of an organisation. When workplace issues become disputes, clients need lawyers who will fight their corner intelligently and in a cost effective way.
Whether you need advice on unlawful discrimination, redundancy, settlement agreements, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, employment tribunal claims, restrictive covenants, employment contracts or general guidance on any work or HR related matter, our employment solicitors in London are on hand to meet your specific requirements.
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There has been considerable coverage in the media recently regarding race discrimination, in particular around the Black Lives Matter movement, but also about wider concerns at the disturbing extent of racism experienced by ethnic minorities throughout many aspects of society. Of course, this is not a new topic, not least for those who have for […]Read More
Global airline British Airways is proposing to cut up to 12,000 jobs due to a collapse in business because of the coronavirus pandemic. The BBC has reported that the airline’s parent company, IAG, said it needed to impose a “restructuring and redundancy programme” until demand for air travel returns to 2019 levels. According to the […]Read More
Given the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the negative consequences for the jobs market, it is important for employers and employees to be aware of the legislative protections against discrimination. For employees who suffer discrimination at work, it can potentially have serious and long-lasting negative impacts on their finances, their feelings and health […]Read More
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – An Update In our article of 27 March 2020, we outlined the HMRC Guidance published on 26 March 2020 on the operational framework of the coronavirus (COVID‐19) Job Retention Scheme. The Coronavirus situation is developing rapidly and on 4 April 2020, 9 April 2020, 15 April and 17 April 2020, […]Read More
The Government announced an extensive package of support for employers coping with the commercial difficulties arising from Coronavirus. On 26 March 2020, HMRC published two guidance documents (for employers and employees) which provides considerable further detail on the operational framework of the coronavirus (COVID-19) Job Retention Scheme. HMRC guidance for employers on the coronavirus (COVID-19) Job […]Read More
Rahman Lowe Solicitors, acting on behalf of NHS whistleblower, Dr Chris Day have been granted permission to take the legal claim against Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust and Health Education England to the Court of Appeal, the second highest court in the UK legal system. In October 2018, Dr Day was forced into a settlement […]Read More