At Owen White & Catlin we have a dedicated team of solicitors who specialise in Employment Law. Drawing on our wealth of experience advising employees over many decades we can minimise the stress of a workplace dispute and act swiftly to protect your interests.
We can usually offer a fixed fee initial meeting so you can understand your legal position and decide how you wish to proceed. For ongoing representation many employees will be covered by Legal Expenses Insurance and in certain cases we will consider a No Win No Fee arrangement.
We advise on all aspects of Employment Law, including:
- Settlement Agreements
- Employment Tribunal Claims
- Unfair Dismissal
- Wrongful Dismissal
- Constructive Dismissal
- Discrimination, Harassment and Victimisation
- Equal Pay
- Unlawful Deductions from Wages
- Holiday Pay
- Breach of Contract
- Employment Contracts
- Disciplinary/Grievance Hearings
- Stress at Work
- Restrictive Covenants
- Maternity & Paternity Rights
- Flexible Working
- Transfer of Undertaking rights (TUPE)
To save time and costs we will always attempt to negotiate an out of court settlement with your employer but, if necessary, we have the expertise to bring claims in the Employment Tribunal.
Whatever the issue, you will always receive a highly personal, confidential service, clear and comprehensive advice together with vigorous legal representation so that you obtain the best possible outcome.
Contact our Employment Law Solicitors in London, Surrey and Middlesex
Jeremy Parkinson, Head of Department
Direct Dial: 020 8890 2836
Jeremy has specialised in employment law since qualifying as a solicitor in 2007. He joined Owen White & Catlin in 2015, having worked for many years at a large national firm, and became an Associate in April 2017.
Acting for both employers and employees advising on a wide variety of matters including contracts of employment, settlement agreements, redundancy and TUPE as well as discrimination and equal pay, Jeremy has a particular interest in conducting complex multi-day litigation in the Employment Tribunal and has also taken cases to the Employment Appeal Tribunal and Court of Appeal.
Jeremy is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.