As specialists in legal services for individuals, it’s important that we keep considering new ways to offer advice and guidance that makes a difference to our clients.
We already provide expert assistance in areas such as personal injury, medical negligence, contentious probate and professional negligence. Now, our team of solicitors will be acting for individuals and groups with matters concerning employment law, with the support of barrister Louise Mankau, who is based at Doughty Street Chambers.
Representing individuals with employment disputes
Our team are confident in providing the right level of advice and guidance to people who may have issues with their employment. These issues can include any of the following:
- All facets of discrimination
- Unfair and constructive dismissal
- Settlement agreements
- Equal pay and contractual disputes
- TUPE claims
- Senior Executive disputes
Partner Tony Hannington, who heads up the team at Lime Solicitors, says “I am delighted that Lime’s ongoing expansion allows us to diversify into further area such as employment law and enable us to provide consumers the legal advice they sometimes desperately need”.
It’s a pleasure to be working with Louise from Doughty Street Chambers. Her experience with employment law is incredibly valuable and enables us to reach a wider pool of individuals who may need our help.
We have a number of funding options for employment disputes. During early conversations, our team will explore these options and discuss which may best suit your claim.
When bringing an employment claim, it’s important to note the ACAS process. ACAS (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) is an organisation that is legally required to be involved early on in any employment disputes, to try and resolve the situation without going to tribunal. Our solicitors can help you navigate the ACAS process, and depending on the outcome of that, may be able to assist you further should any other legal advice be required.
Find out more about how our employment solicitors could help
If you feel you may have a claim against your employer, let us know. Visit our dedicated hub here, or call us free on 0808 164 0808. You can also request a call back, and we will call you.