EMPLOYMENT LAW SOLICITORS

Our team of employment law solicitors, based from our office in the heart of Nottingham, are specialists in all aspects of employment law and are one of the leading employment law solicitor teams in the East Midlands.

Our employment law solicitors can provide a comprehensive service in respect of all aspects of employment law for businesses of any size. 

We have experience in a wide range of issues, having advised major PLC's, Local Authorities, SME's and sole traders on issues ranging from business acquisitions to discrimination in the workplace, business sales and reorganisations, contracts of employment, disciplinary and grievance procedures, restrictive covenants, settlement agreements, termination of employment and TUPE transfers.

Many employers are unaware of how far employment rights now extend and with so much legislation to contend with, no business can afford not to be up to date with the changes.

We can guide you through everything from strategic staff planning, to day to day HR related issues so that you can deal with matters in the most efficient and least costly way. We aim to ensure that we provide advice to you that is appropriate for the environment that your business operates in, taking into account sensitive issues such as publicity and reputation.

We offer an initial free telephone conversation and can discuss a range of funding options and anticipated costs from the outset. We provide a range of solutions such as on or off site training, flexible pricing, a free employment health check and insurance products with or without a linked helpline, manned by one of our employment solicitors.

Whatever your set-up, our expert Employment Team can offer advice and planning to pre-empt any legal problems and help to resolve issues as soon as they arise.

From the initial basic steps such as contracts and staff handbooks, right through to representation at tribunals, we can support you on the full range of workforce issues.

To ensure the smooth running of your business, get Fraser Brown on your team to optimise your performance and reputation as a first class employer.

LEGAL 500 2017 : Fraser Brown’s ‘reliable’ team provides ‘first-class’ service and mainly acts for employers in contentious and non-contentious matters. ‘Commercially astute’ practice head John Buchanan has ‘very good all-round knowledge of the law from the perspective of employers and employees



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