Orr Litchfield’s employment lawyers advise clients on a broad range of employment law issues both nationally and internationally.
Companies, businesses and other public and private organisations face a range of employment issues through all stages of their development from the planning and formation stage and throughout their growth and development. Our employment lawyers help companies and businesses and other public and private organisations in dealing with such legal issues during each stage of their development.
We are able to use our in depth experience and knowledge of employment law and related legal issues to provide top quality, solution driven, practical and commercial advice to individuals, boards of directors, businesses, companies and other public and private organisations on a variety of employment law matters. We aim to provide clear and concise legal advice, often on complex issues of employment law, in ‘plain English’.
Our Employment Law service includes:
ADR; Atypical working; Collective consultation; Contracts of employment; Cross-border and immigration; Directors; Discipline and grievances; Discrimination; Employee data and monitoring; Employment status and self-employment; Employment tribunals; Employment appeals; Equal pay; Families and pregnancy; Pay and benefits; Policies and procedures; Recruitment; Redundancy and business reorganisation;, Restraint of trade, Confidentiality and IP; Restructuring and insolvency; Sickness and incapacity; Termination of employment, Trade Unions, Transfer of shares, Transfer of undertakings, Whistleblowing, Working time and time off
Our employment lawyers are supported by Commercial, Corporate, Competition, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Property and Real Estate, and Planning and Environmental legal expertswhere required to provide a full Employment Law service.
We work closely with pensions, tax and financial advisors to help our clients deal with their employment issues in the most efficient and effective way.
We regularly work on international employment legal matters. Where required, we are able to obtain support for our clients from our international network of lawyers.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +45 38 88 16 00.