Providing a well-prepared and robust defence if an employee
brings a claim against you.

Employment Law

If an employee brings an employment tribunal claim against your business and you cannot negotiate a settlement, you will need to defend it at an employment tribunal hearing.

One of the most demanding situations a business can face is defending an employment tribunal claim. Defending a claim can be costly, time-consuming and can potentially damage your business’s reputation. 

We will provide expert advice and support throughout the process and do everything possible to mitigate any damage which may be caused.

Our experts will use their experience to put you in the best possible position, manage any potential reputational damage, and take the weight off your shoulders to allow you to focus on running your business. 

We will work with you to ensure that you receive the outcome that you desire. If you wish to explore the possibility of settlement, we will work with you to negotiate the best settlement terms. If the matter does not settle, we will ensure that you have the best representation at the tribunal hearing.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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