Employment

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Employment

In this fast-changing, highly sensitive area of law, clients gain an edge with the Rosenblatt Employment team; we always set our specialist expertise in a broader commercial perspective.

Whatever our clients are seeking to achieve – whether implementing employment legislation, developing their HR policy, or seeking resolution in a dispute – we take a strategic view before recommending a clear, constructive and practical course of action.

The relationships we build are close and collaborative. Our clients – FTSE 250 companies, established owner-managed businesses, new ventures and senior-level individuals – enjoy consistent access to a dedicated team, invariably led by one of our partners. We are responsive and realistic, assessing new ideas and options carefully before putting them before the client. On an operational level, we assure a prompt turnaround and keep a close eye on costs.

One of our overriding aims is to provide robust and pragmatic support for clients as they build their future, and to put them in a strong position to make the most of opportunities – now and in years to come.

Confident in our advice, corporate clients can implement best practice more astutely and minimise their risks more comprehensively, while remaining ahead of the game on legislative changes.

Senior-level individuals, meanwhile, benefit from our expert knowledge as they manage their careers, particularly when it comes to negotiating compensation packages as they move between employers, or when dealing with complex issues such as team moves and restrictive covenants.

Rosenblatt’s Employment team offers a full range of advice on all aspects of employment law. Among the key areas we cover are:
Protection of business and prevention of anti-competitive behaviour

  • Post-termination restrictions
  • Protecting confidential information
  • Protecting client contacts and relationships
  • Unlawful interference by competitors
  • Team moves

Effective contracts and policy documentation

  • Board-level appointments
  • Employment contracts and service agreements
  • Consultancy agreements
  • Staff handbooks and policies

General HR advice and support

  • Recruitment and employment strategy
  • Employee incentivisation
  • Discrimination and harassment
  • Maternity-related advice and issues
  • Disciplinary and grievance issues
  • Managing exits
  • Redundancy

Outsourcing, mergers and acquisitions

  • Strategy
  • Consequences, requirements and effects of TUPE
  • Identifying material issues and risks

Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and High Court litigation

  • Unfair and wrongful dismissal
  • Equal pay
  • Breach of contract
  • Mediation

  • Noel Deans

    Partner, Employment

  • Noel Deans

    Partner, Employment

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