Defending Employment Tribunal Claims

Defending Employment Tribunal Claims

We often 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 America Law Firm based in central London.


We look forward to working with you


Contact details:

Philip Henson, Partner and Head of Employment Law


Telephone: 020 7549 7872



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