Are you having a dispute with your employer?

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Are you aware that in many situations you have the right to make a claim to the Employment Tribunal about your employment dispute? The type of employment dispute that can be heard at an Employment Tribunal includes unfair dismissal, racial discrimination, age discrimination, breach of contract and equal pay claims.

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What is an Employment Tribunal?

The Employment Tribunal is responsible for hearing claims from people who believe their employer or potential employer has treated them unlawfully. They make decisions about unlawful employment disputes.

Employment Tribunal Process

Employment Tribunal proceedings have become more formal and legalistic over the years, and as a result, it has become more important for employees to be represented or supported by an experienced employment lawyer.

The employment solicitors at ELP Arbuthnott McClanachan in Edinburgh, will always review your case carefully at the outset and advise you on the scope of your employment law claims.  They will tell you which claims they believe have reasonable grounds for success, and which are less strong.   If they believe you have a strong case they will support and represent you throughout the Employment Tribunal claim.

Employment Tribunal Legal Fees

Ensure when you choose an employment lawyer that you understand what fees you will have to pay.  A lengthy employment law dispute could cost a substantial amount in solicitor’s fees.   At ELP Arbuthnott McClanachan, we believe it is very important for our clients to be able to access expert legal advice on a matter as important as an Employment Tribunal claim, and we, therefore, offer fee packages which are designed to allow our clients to benefit from our employment law expertise.

About the Author

ELP Arbuthnott McClanachan in Edinburgh is a firm of solicitors and estate agents. Their team of specialist employment law solicitors can provide expert legal advise and support when making a claim to the Employment Tribunal.


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