Employment Law

Business employment law advice that works

Our team of specialist employment law solicitors are always two steps ahead of the rapidly changing area of employment law for businesses. We are committed to offering a pragmatic and cost effective service for employers, from small businesses with few employees to larger organisations needing additional resources.

We firmly believe that representing such a wide spectrum of businesses and industries equips us with the necessary knowledge and business acumen to advise our clients in the rapidly changing field of employment law. Our team of employment solicitors have a fresh, honest approach to all of our clients’ needs, and this means a lasting relationship can be forged.

Employment law for employers doesn’t have to lead to a dispute

Our employment law solicitors accept that problems relating to employees do arise in the working environment, however, they will be active and diligent in their response, in order to avoid Employment Tribunal proceedings.

If your case does advance to Employment Tribunal proceedings, our employment solicitors will defend the claim with the objective being that you don’t incur further costs. We aim to reduce your outgoings, not add to them. We provide specialist advice on:

Contact our Employment Law Team today to benefit from our reliable service and advice from the industry experts.

Brighton office

Tel 01273 775533

Eastbourne office

Tel 01323 730543

East Grinstead office

Tel 01342 310600

Forest Row office

Tel 01342 822112

Lewes office

Tel 01273 477071

Seaford office

Tel 01323 891412

Pulborough office

Tel 01798 875358

Storrington office

Tel 01903 743201

Gatwick office

Tel 01293 804698

Primary Contact

Martin  Williams
Martin Williams


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