Employment Law Solicitors
As a modern, adaptive law firm, Kumari Hart Solicitors, can provide commercially astute, practical employment law advice to startups, SMEs, and corporations throughout the country.
As a practice specialising in Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Contract Drafting, we offer highly personalised, responsive legal service, moving swiftly to provide guidance and support when required.
Managing all your employment law needs
We can address all your employment law needs, allowing you to concentrate on growing your business. Whether you need to draft a comprehensive employment contract for your Senior Level employees, or are facing proceedings in the Employment Tribunal or Employment Appeal Tribunal, you can be confident that we will provide thorough advice and robust representation.
Our employment law services
We can provide comprehensive legal advice and representation in the following areas:
- drafting and negotiating employment contracts and Human Resources policies
- drafting and negotiating settlement agreements
- claims of unfair, wrongful and constructive dismissal
- disciplinary and grievance procedures
- discrimination, victimisation, harassment, and the Equality Act 2010
- redundancy selection and consultation
Why choose us?
Since October 2004, employers have been required to follow strict procedures for both disciplinary and grievance matters. In addition, in July 2017, the Supreme Court ruled the fees employees were required to pay to bring a claim before the Employment Tribunal, and Employment Appeal Tribunal were unlawful, making it easier for claims to be brought against employers. It is highly advisable therefore for employers and HR directors to seek specialist legal advice when confronted with a potential discipline or grievance matter.
Our clients can rely on our legal advice because we take the time to get to know and understand their organisation and commercial goals. If they are involved in an employee dispute, they can confidently rely on us to provide knowledgeable, pragmatic advice, using negotiation and mediation to resolve the issue outside of the Tribunal process whenever possible.