DPH Legal is a law firm located near Newbury, West Berkshire and we also serve Reading, RG15 and surrounding areas across the UK.
We specialise in niche employment law cases. Our qualified employment solicitors deal with the full range of legal issues for employment law such as settlement agreements to employment tribunal claims.
Our Newbury solicitors can help you with different types of legal solutions for individual clients and companies. You need a law firm you can trust, one that understands you and your priorities and can deliver exceptional legal services and support and excellent advice in employment law.
DPH Legal have been helping employees and employers for in excess of 10 years. We’re all about providing peace of mind and clarity for our clients and resolving their specific employment law issues.
We’re upfront about the costs involved and what process to follow for any type of employment dispute whether it’s a workplace grievance, a settlement agreement or a claim in the Employment Tribunal. We are the experts who can help you and we offer a free initial consultation with a qualified Newbury employment lawyer.
Latest From Our Newbury Office
We adhere to the latest Government advice and guidelines regarding Covid conditions as our client’s safety is very important to us. We are following these closely and our law firm has continued to support clients throughout.
Employment Solicitors Newbury: Helping Clients With The Following Employment Law Issues:
- Settlement agreements
- Unfair dismissals
- Employment tribunal
- Employment rights
Trusted Firm of Solicitors
Our lawyers are only able to provide practical, exceptional value legal solutions for employment law, so if you require legal advice on other issues outside of this please contact another specialist solicitor. We make sure we stay up to date with any legal changes in employment law. If you need employment law advice, our specialist services are perfect for businesses, executives and employees.
Contact our expert employment law solicitors in Newbury by phone or by using our simple contact form.
Your first consultation is without charge so there is no reason not to make contact and find out where you stand.
You’ll be speaking directly with a qualified lawyer about your work-related issues and receiving practical advice on the next steps.
We can offer support via the telephone and zoom appointments with our helpful, approachable solicitors.
Our office opening hours are 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.