We don’t have to tell you. You know it already. Employment law is an area to be ignored at your peril. But with the law in a constant state of change, keeping up is easier said than done. Which is where we come in.
At Ashtons Legal our employment lawyers provide clear and concise answers to your employment questions and practical legal solutions. We also keep you updated on the latest changes to the law through our free Employment Law briefings.
Our aim is to become a seamless part of your business, to work with you to reduce your risks as an employer. Developing a close working relationship with our clients is key for us – and that means we will make ourselves available to you, providing you with a speedy response to your queries.
Our employment lawyers are especially good at:
Our core legal services are complemented by:
The ‘excellent' Ashtons Legal gives ‘definitive advice every time'. Ross Strowger is ‘prompt, efficient and effective', and solicitor Abigail Adams is ‘empathetic but realistic'. Carrie March advised a Cambridge college on religious discrimination allegations.- Legal 500
"They have an understanding of HR in the context of education which is particularly helpful. Furthermore they are happy to work both as a major adviser or with the client being more hands-on, which is appreciated." - Chambers & Partners
Ashtons Employment team is valued for its ‘good understanding of this area legislatively and commercially’ - Legal 500
"They are very efficient, experienced, knowledgeable and diligent." - Chambers & Partners, 2017
If you have an enquiry or you would like to find out more about our services, why not contact us?Call Us On 0330 404 0773
Here is a handy guide to the latest key employment law facts and figures to help you keep up to date with the latest regulations.
This information was correct at the time of publication in April 2016 and may be subject to change. The facts and figures are for guidance only and do not constitute legal or professional advice. Readers should not act on the basis of the information included and should take appropriate professional advice upon their own particular circumstances.
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