Employment Tribunals can be a ‘lose, lose’ situation for employers, even where the claim is unlikely to succeed.
Our employment law team at Gorvins has the expertise and capability to deal with every stage of an Employment Tribunal process, from the preparation of a defence through to the advocacy at a Final Hearing. In circumstances where a firm faces a claim, the experience available through Gorvins can lead a respondent’s defence to its best conclusion with great efficiency.
Contact the employment law team on 0343 507 5151 or e-mail email@example.com regarding employment tribunal representation and advice.
Our expertise will give you the best prospect of achieving your desired result and we are ready and able to fight with every rule and means possible to defend a case, or engage in negotiations to resolve the case on as favourable terms as possible, if that is your preferred approach.
We can be as involved in a Tribunal defence as you/commercial sense dictate, either taking all the weight from your shoulders in fronting the case, or simply assisting you behind the scenes in situations where you are confident enough to lead and present the case on your own.
Although the employment tribunal system is designed to be less formal than some other courts, it still carries full legal force and should therefore not be taken lightly. Once a claimant’s ET1 form is received, a business is placed into the position of respondent and must prepare documentation and witnesses for the hearing. A counter-claim for breach of contract may also be considered.
Gorvins Solicitors’ Employment Law team includes specialists in tribunal representation. In circumstances where a firm faces a claim, the business-centred services and experience available through Gorvins can lead a respondent’s defence to its best conclusion with great efficiency.
Contact the employment law team on 0343 507 5151, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our online enquiry form and we will get back to you regarding employment tribunal representation and advice.
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