Immigration Chambers LLP Employment Law

Immigration Chambers LLP can offer advice and representation to employers and claimants in all aspects of employment related matters.

We are here to assist throughout the process – from initial consultations on potential issues and advising on settlement contracts, to representation in the Employment Tribunals.

We provide a comprehensive advice service with the aim of reaching long term practical solutions. Our subject areas include:

  • wage disputes (including holiday pay)
  • contractual or policy disputes
  • discrimination, harassment and victimisation
  • unfair/wrongful dismissal

If you are a claimant looking to bring a claim, or an employer who has had a claim made against them, please contact us as soon as possible as there are strict statutory time limits involved in the claim process.

Employees

We act for employees in the following areas:

  • initial consultations in one off employment issues including on assessing the terms of a settlement contract
  • ACAS conciliation- this is the first step in an employment tribunal process which’s mandatory if a claim is to proceed to the tribunal.
  • preparing and submitting a claim to the employment tribunal (ET1)
  • representation throughout the tribunal process including at the final hearing and appeals tribunal
  • Negotiation of settlement- this continues throughout the claim process so that you always have the best options open to you throughout
  • Judicial mediation- this is a process open to a limited type of case, whereby parties try to reach agreement with the assistance of an impartial tribunal judge before a final hearing takes place

Employers

We act for employers in the following areas:

  • Initial consultations which can help either to preclude an employment issue arising or to guide you when it does
  • ACAS conciliation- responding to an ACAS notification effectively can often be the most significant step in a case as it can help parties each a solution before a claim is submitted reducing costs for both parties
  • Preparing and submitting a response to a claim (ET3)
  • representation throughout the tribunal process including at the final hearing and appeals tribunal
  • Negotiation of settlement- this continues throughout the claim process so that you always have the best options open to you throughout
  • Judicial mediation- this is a process open to a limited type of case, whereby parties try to reach agreement with the assistance of an impartial tribunal judge before a final hearing takes place
  • Ongoing advice and training following the conclusion of the claim to reduce the risk of future claims

Please contact us for urgent advice and assistance in respect of any of the above.