Employment Law Advocates specialises in the provision of expert advice and advocacy services in employment tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, representing both employers and employees
In most cases, an employee needs to have worked for the employer for one continuous year to be able to bring a claim of unfair dismissal. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule ...
Transfer of Undertakings.
TUPE Regulations protect an employee's rights when the part of the business they work for is sold or transferred. For example, where business A is bought by business B, the rights of the employees of business A ...
An employer directly discriminates against an employee (including potential or former employees) when the employer treats the employee less favourably because of a reason related to the employee's sex ...
Employers may only refuse time off during working hours to attend ante-natal appointments where they have reasonable grounds to refuse ...
Recent Blog posts
- 19-Dec-2014 – Christmas Quiz / by James Medhurst
- 15-Dec-2014 – Contract Law on the Buses / by James Medhurst
- 10-Dec-2014 – Sepp Blatter and the Bastard Defence / by James Medhurst
- 05-Dec-2014 – Whatever the Media might Tell You, the Law is not a Lottery / by James Medhurst
Christmas and New Year Office Closure
Our office will be closing for the holiday period at 6.00pm on Monday 22nd December 2014 and will reopen again until 10.00am on Monday 5th January 2015. Advocates will have intermittent ...
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Right to legal representation
An important decision was handed down by the Supreme Court yesterday when it overturned the decision of the Court of Appeal in R (on the application of G) v The Governors of X ...
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