Defending Employment Tribunal Claims

Defending Employment Tribunal Claims

At ebl miller rosenfalck we advise on complex and high value employment disputes, and robustly defend claims against our clients.

We have an excellent track-record of success in defending employment tribunal claims and we have substantial experience of defending complex and sensitive claims. Our team can help prepare your ET3, and grounds of resistance; but they are often called upon to advise at an earlier stage – as part of a disciplinary or grievance procedure – to advise on potential litigation risk.

We seek to resolve disputes by the most appropriate method whether via litigation in the employment tribunal or employment appeal tribunal; or via negotiation, ACAS conciliation or mediation.

We can advise on all employment-related claims in the employment tribunal and employment appeal tribunal; including:

  • Complex and sensitive discrimination claims
  • Unfair dismissal – including automatically unfair dismissal – claims
  • TUPE related dismissal claims
  • Wrongful dismissal claims
  • Unlawful deductions from wages claims
  • Whistleblowing claims
  • Equal pay claims
  • Breach of contract

“Philip and I worked closely together on a complex employment law matter over several weeks. I found his diligence and attention to detail exceptional. His ability to structure and present the relevant information to successfully progress the case was a highly regarded achievement and led to a successful outcome. I thoroughly recommend Philip”. HR Director.

“Philip is a superb employment lawyer. I was extremely impressed with the manner in which he simultaneously displayed both empathy and professionalism. His attention to detail and thorough preparation resulted in a very successful outcome in an extremely contentious Employment Tribunal proceeding.” Senior Partner of an American Law Firm based in central London.

 We look forward to working with you.

 Contact details:

Philip Henson, Partner and Head of Employment Team




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