They are always super responsive, great value for money and have strong capabilities in very complex cases."
How our employment team can help you
The way people work is changing at a ferocious rate. And with changing working habits come new risks for employers: cybersecurity issues, social media in the workplace, cross-border collaboration, data protection. (On the flip side, new ways of working can also help solve long standing issues around diversity and equality.) Then there’s all the issues around outsourcing, restructuring, gender pay gap and other business-as-usual HR matters.
Our team of employment and labour law specialists can help you be a great employer for the digital age, helping you identify and manage new and existing risks.
Our employment pricing guide for bringing and defending claims for unfair dismissal or wrongful dismissal can be found here.
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Marian Bloodworth is “personable, knowledgeable and wonderful – a real pleasure to work with,” according to clients."
David Williams advises employers on a range of employment issues such as worker status, TUPE transfers and general HR disputes. Clients say: “He is pragmatic and commercial and always strives to get a good solution.”"
Kathryn Dooks is “very pragmatic and is able to assess the client’s risk appetite,” according to clients, who add: “She is flexible in her approach and is knowledgeable and skilled.”"
The team is excellent and provides consistently good advice."
- Adtech & martech
- Artificial intelligence
- Cloud computing
- Cryptocurrencies & blockchain
- Data analytics & big data
- Data breaches
- Data rights
- Digital commerce
- Digital content risk
- Digital health
- Digital media
- Digital infrastructure & telecoms
- Emerging businesses
- Financial services
- Open banking
- Software & services