As a leading employment law firm in London, we believe that receiving the best standard of advice and guidance to ensure that your business is operated in the most effective and appropriate manner is crucial for all firms. One of the most trying and pressing situations a firm can face comes with defending an employment tribunal claim. At Davenport Solicitors we understand the stress and strain that can arise from facing an employment tribunal claim and we will do everything we can to ensure that your business is fully compliant in order to avoid tribunal claims.
Tribunal claims can be expensive, time consuming and stressful. Sometimes, no matter how much precautions you take, you can still face a claim from an employee. We are available at all stages of the dismissal process and we advise you to contact us as early on in the process as possible. But of course, a firm may face a number of different types of claims for various reasons. No matter what claim you face, informing and instructing us as early as possible will provide you with an opportunity to present a robust case.
As a specialist employment law firm, we are best suited to defend a claim and represent you in the best possible way.
We will discuss the claim in detail with you, take your instructions, consider your documents and then advise you as to whether we feel you have reasonable prospects of success in defending the claim(s).
We will work with you to ensure that you receive the outcome that you desire. If you require a settlement, we will negotiate the best amount. If the matter does not settle, we will prepare the case, and you, ahead of the hearing. You will be provided with the best representation at the tribunal hearing.
If you have received a claim or there is a possibility of receiving one, then call our employment law experts on +44 (0)20 7959 2358
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