Employment Law Advice
At DPH Legal our lawyers specialise in advising on employment law and only employment law. We believe that when individuals or businesses seek legal advice it is essential that they speak to a specialist to ensure that the best quality of advice is available to them. Employment law is perhaps the most fast moving area of the law and for that reason it is essential to take expert advice regardless of the nature of the workplace dispute.
Employment Law in England and Wales can involve a myriad of often complex contentious and non-contentious issues which again is why professional advice can be invaluable. It has developed over the years as a hybrid of common law principles, domestic statute law, and European Union law, the combination of which can often prove difficult to unpick. Employment Law is also renowned for its fast pace of change, often at the apparent whim of successive governments, thus requiring practitioners to be well-versed in the current state of affairs.
Non-contentious advice can include advice on contracts of employment, TUPE transfers, maternity and paternity leave, flexible working and workplace policy documents, all of which employers will be familiar with. By contrast, some of the more common contentious issues include unfair dismissal (including constructive unfair dismissal), discrimination, redundancy disputes, addressing workplace grievance, unlawful deductions from wages, and breach of contract. Individual and business clients require advice on a wide range of issues ranging from low level grievance disputes in the workplace to high value Employment Tribunal or High Court litigation.
At DPH Legal we have extensive experience of providing advice and representation in all areas of employment law. We provide this advice on a daily basis both to individuals and businesses and therefore have experience of advising on both sides of the equation. The pages in the drop down menus above provide visitors to the site with free and useful information on employment law generally and further details of our specific areas of expertise within the ambit of employment law.