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Who are Doyle Clayton?

Doyle Clayton is the UK’s largest firm of employment solicitors with offices in the City of London, Mayfair, Canary Wharf and Reading and clients nationwide.

Doyle Clayton is highly rated in the Chambers UK and Legal 500 directories of leading UK law firms and half of the firm's partners are recognised as leaders in employment law.

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Our employment lawyers work with both employers and individuals advising on matters from non-contentious employment law, settlement agreements and business immigration to more complex issues, such as TUPE, restrictive covenants, redundancy and Tribunal and High Court disputes.

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“Right to Rent” Scheme is Now Live
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The controversial right to rent scheme has been rolled...

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January 25, 2016 11:09

An employer did not discriminate against an employee on...

Keeping You Updated

We know how hard it is to keep up to date with changes in UK employment law.

As one of the UK's leading employment law practices we make important information available to you through updates, news alerts,seminars and training, HR hubs, guides and the website.

Latest guides to download include:

Age Before Beauty - This report was commissioned by Doyle Clayton and reveals some unexpected results.

Employment Law Essentials - pulls together many facts and figures that HR practitioners need to know.

Immigration Essentials -  Key Salary Thresholds, Application Fees and Maintenance Thresholds From 6 April 2014.

Annual Workplace Law Review 2016 - a detailed review of developments in 2015 and what to expect in 2016.

Age Discrimination Briefing Note - explains the law and its impact on the employer/employee relationship.