Our highly experienced, specialist employment teams act for a wide range of clients in numerous sectors. We cover issues and claims involving all aspects of domestic and international employment law. We will help you find the right course to steer through legislation that changes frequently and is often complex and confusing. In any event, we always tailor our services and costs to meet each clients’ requirements.
The Alston Asquith employment team acts as a trusted advisor for a broad range of employers including; entrepreneurial start-ups, well-established public companies and professional services firms. We focus our practice on acting for: senior executives, board directors and company officers; LLP members and partners; entrepreneurs, and high profile public figures in the technology sector.
Unlike many of our competitors, our employment lawyers work alongside the corporate, tax, and data protection teams in order to provide the most comprehensive commercial advices to help employers to protect their business interests, client base, confidential information, tax position and professional reputation.
Our employment lawyers specialise in complex employment and partnership matters. We explain and rationalise the legal implications of employment and partnership issues clearly and concisely. Drawing on many years of experience, the team are high level strategists and have a deep understanding of both the mediation and the judicial system, frequently managing litigation in the Employment Tribunal and the High Court, including unfair and wrongful dismissal; whistleblowing; and discrimination. All of our employment lawyers are risk managers, with an adept knowledge and understanding of when to take risks and when to minimise them. We always apply the proportionate force at the appropriate time to offer clients the best chance of success.
- Anti-corruption and bribery
- Contracts of employment
- Consultants’ agreements
- Data protection and workplace monitoring
- Discrimination, harassment or bullying
- Employee handbooks, policies and procedures
- Employee incentives
- Employment Tribunal and High Court actions
- Facilities management and TUPE
- Human Resources Services
- Sale of business
- Settlement Agreements
- Redundancy and workforce re-organisation
- Working time regulations
- Unfair and wrongful dismissal