Solicitor Employment Law In York

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Solicitor Employment Law – ML Solicitors; Are you an employer in search of an expert solicitor who specialises in employment law to advise and assist your organisation in York? The highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could provide advice that is tailored to suit your business needs and assistance in a wide range of employment and commercial law matters ensuring that your business interests protected and you are free to push ahead to meet your commercial objectives knowing you?re operating in full compliance with all current employment legislation.

Business Matters Magazine published an article on 1 August 2013 reporting that "A raft of wide ranging reforms to employment tribunal is introduced this week include the unprecedented development of claimants having to pay fees of either œ160 or œ230 to bring an employment tribunal claim".

The article says that "The milestones are designed to reduce the burgeoning costs on the employment tribunal system lower the volume of claims ? and help small and medium-sized businesses".

It explains that this comes "following the abject failure of the last significant overhaul of the system and 2004 ? when dispute resolution procedures enabling warring parties to resolve their differences before being allowed to pursue claims were brought in and subsequently repealed in 2009".

Are you in search of an experienced solicitor to represent you as an employee or former employee has issued a tribunal action against you for breaches in employment rights law within your company in York? The intelligent resourceful and driven legal team at Oakwood Solicitors could provide robust legal representation that you need if the dispute has arisen in your workplace that has preceded the employment tribunal action being issued working to protect the best interests of your business at a tribunal hearing or achieve the best possible outcome with alternative dispute resolution as quickly as possible.

The above-mentioned article informs us that "’Type A’claims such as wages or more complex ‘Type B’ claims that such as unfair dismissal discrimination and whistleblowing will cost œ160 and œ230 respectively ? with claimants also having to pay further fees of œ250 and œ950 respectively for Type A and Type B cases".

We are also told that "Applicants who receive certain welfare benefits or who meets various means testing are exempt from paying fees. This means that if the fees of most claimants receiving Jobseekers Allowance wage the objective for the refund is to cut the number of claims could fall at the first hurdle is by definition claims brought by people who have just resigned or been dismissed".

If you are seeking a solicitor with expertise in the fields of employment or commercial law to advise and assist your organisation in York you should make a no obligation call to the helpful advisers at Oakwood Solicitors today to discover how the wide range of services that could be provided by our highly skilled professionals could benefit your business on: 0113 200 9720.


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