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Your confidential information, customer or supplier relationships may be key to the continued success of your business. Without having any written protection in place with your staff, they could be free to use and abuse such information for their own benefit, or the benefit of a competitor upon their departure from your employment.

Contact the employment law team on 0343 507 5151, e-mail, or fill in our online enquiry form to discuss the protection of your business and any restrictive covenants which you wish to put in place to protect your confidential information.

Gorvins Approach to Business Protection

There is no standard product that can provide you with the protection you need for your “intangible business assets” but, by understanding exactly what makes your business tick, we can produce documentation that will give you the best possible chance of protecting and enforcing your rights in relation to your confidential information and other business interests.

How Can Gorvins Help?

For advice on business protection, confidentiality and restrictive covenants, contact the team at Gorvins Solicitors on 0343 507 5151, e-mail or fill in our online enquiry form and we will get back to you.

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What do our clients say?

  • I would not consider using any other firm than Gorvins. I use... ...Mr. Peter Sherliker, HR Director from Tetrad Limited

  • The service I received from Gorvins was excellent. Everyone from... ...Mrs. Dianne Holmes from Stockport

  • I received very prompt and efficient service that met my needs exactly... ...Mrs. G from Manchester

  • Gorvins provided me with the help, advice and support during a... ...Mr. Stephen Walker from Stockport

  • David and Danielle had an incredible ability to identify the key issues and... ...Mr. Kevin Kershan from Whithead

  • Exceptional Service and Danielle Ayres is a friendly advsior. ...Kathryn Roberts from St Helens

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What Employment Law services do we offer

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    Absence management can be a huge concern for businesses and we understand that long term or persistent short term staff

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  • Defending Employment Tribunal Claims

    Employment Tribunals can be a 'lose, lose' situation for employers, even where the claim is unlikely to succeed.

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  • Employment Contracts and Service Agreements

    Many employers don't realise that you can establish a contract of employment with an individual simply...

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  • Flexible Working

    As an employer it is important to understand the rules surrounding flexible working when it comes to your employees.

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  • Family Friendly Rights

    It is important that employers understand the laws surrounding working families...

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  • Grievances

    Just as an employer can take disciplinary action against you, employees can also complain against...

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  • In-House Training

    Employment law can be a minefield for employers to get their heads around especially with the changing legislation...

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  • Recruitment Support

    As dedicated employment law specialists, we understand that when dealing with recruitment...

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  • Redundancy

    Redundancy can be a highly stressful ordeal to go through, particularly if your employer breaks the news after years...

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  • Settlement Agreements

    Settlement Agreements are a useful means of achieving a clean-break with an employee...

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  • Staff Handbooks, Polices & Procedures

    Most employers already have rules and procedures in place in relation to their workplace practices...

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