Employment and Benefits Law
The challenges of recruiting, rewarding and retaining your key talent are critical for any successful business. Add to this the costs which your business can face if things go wrong - both for your organisation's finances and its reputation - and it's immediately clear why businesses must have direct and supportive employment law advice.
We are ahead of the pack. You take it for granted that our advice is technically excellent. But our lawyers develop deep sectors specialisms which means that our advice is also market aware and innovative. We share our experience with our clients through an open dialogue, review meetings and de-briefs. We're active in financial institutions, media and advertising, technology, telecoms, rail, energy, oil and gas, infrastructure, to name but a few.
Effective and responsive team. We build strong relationships with a dedicated and partner-led employment law team. We are creative in addressing your issues and fully appreciate the importance of commercial requirements.
You can trust us with your reputation. When the stakes are high, you need heavyweight specialists. Our lawyers have a proven track record in dealing with the toughest cases, including those where there is considerable press interest. We have advised on numerous high-profile discrimination, whistleblowing and bonus cases where the claims for compensation runs into millions. The cases we have been involved with have helped shape the law on some of the most contentious employment law issues.
We'll give you commercial certainty, not legal doubts. We are lauded for providing clear and precise advice. When it comes to employment law, you can't sit on the fence, so neither do we.
International Employment Law - webinar
Employment law varies widely from country to country. Simply knowing about the important differences and potential risks in the countries where you conduct business can save your company a great deal of time and money. An international panel of lawyers, including Julian Hemming, detail several of the issues you should be aware of when handling employment matters in other countries. Please click here
to view Morris, Manning & Martin LLP webinar.