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Welcome to Employment Tribunal claims

We personally represent our clients at the Employment Tribunal and conduct the vast majority of the advocacy in the Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

The strength and depth of advocacy experience within the team means that it is rarely necessary to instruct a Barrister. Barristers would be involved only in exceptional circumstances and with your prior consultation and agreement.

We believe that this approach ensures absolute continuity throughout the process of litigation.

In addition, it ensures that we can provide client care and support, which is paramount, during what can be a very difficult, demanding and emotional experience.

Ward Hadaway Employment Team has developed a first class reputation for its extensive knowledge and experience gained representing clients in Employment Tribunal litigation processes throughout England, Wales and Scotland.

Matching expertise with innovation, we also offer a range of service offerings to cover the costs of employment tribunal claims:

  • Insurance – we offer insurance to cover the risk of Employment Tribunal claims.
  • Fixed costs – we offer fixed and capped fees to ensure that you have a clear understanding as to the absolute maximum potential costs of any claim.
  • Risk sharing – this involves us agreeing a desired outcome with you and then agreeing a fee arrangement which would enhance our fee if the outcome to the claim was successful and reduce or avoid our costs if the outcome was not successful. This method of risk sharing may be of particular interest in dealing with complex claims.

For more information on how we can help you, please get in touch.

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