Employment Law

          Disputes and Tribunal Support

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Your Voice in the Courts and Employment Tribunals 

Not all workplace disputes end up in front of an Employment Tribunal Judge but when they do you need to be sure that you have the right team on your side. 

Each year at Doyle Clayton we handle high volumes of cases for our clients and attend employment tribunals across the UK.

To coin a phrase our lawyers have been there and done that. They have an outstanding reputation for handling all manner of employment tribunal cases from unfair dismissal claims to complex, multi party TUPE or discrimination matters.  

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Their responsive and understanding approach enables us to reach workable solutions to resolve disputes and ensures that relevant, constructive advice is given in relation to any issues raised.

Aren't all lawyers the same?

In one word no. We don't just tell our clients what the law books say, we go out of our way to help our clients get a clear understanding of the issues, we always give a forthright appraisal of the merits of each case at an early stage, manage expectations and try, wherever possible, to realise our clients’ objectives without the need to appear at tribunal. However, when this proves impossible we will represent them at Employment Tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) and at the High Court.

Our employment tribunal lawyers regularly act for clients on:

  • The management of disciplinary procedures – in particular those relating to performance and grievance procedures
  • The management of sickness, absences and disability
  • Claims of unfair dismissal based on actual or constructive dismissal
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Discrimination claims based on sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion and belief and age
  • Equal pay claims
  • Bonus disputes
  • Restrictive covenants and team moves

A number of our solicitors are experienced advocates who can represent clients at tribunal and are experienced across all the regions of the UK. This allows us to see cases through from start to finish where this is best for our clients. This can result in cost savings and provide you with consistency throughout a case. However, where our clients prefer, or if the case requires it, a barrister would become involved at an early stage to ensure that each case is handled in the best possible way.

If you have a workplace issue on which you would like some guidance then please contact us using the form below, We are happy to spend up to 20 minutes with you over the phone, completely free of charge, to help you decide your next move.

To discuss your situation with us email details to info@doyleclayton.co.uk or contact any of our offices.

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