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Some of what we do

Our principal Jerry Carbon LL.B (Hons) is a member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn. With over 15 years legal experience, our principal was a former judicial office holder, an officer of the law and local government councillor.

Along with other legal associates, we may tender legal counsel, including but not limited to providing legal representation to you on any employment regulatory issue(s) to clients across the UK subject to the merits of your claim(s).

We can advise by telephone, email, conference or other means so there is no need to make an appointment. However, if you require an appointment, one can be arranged. We represent both employers and employees on any employment-related issue(s).


The firm is able to act on your behalf no matter where you live in the UK. In addition, we are able to do this without the cost you may have become accustomed to, thus giving you access to justice at a competitive price.

The firm may act on behalf  of employers and or employees in bringing or defending a claim(s) before an Employment Tribunal or Employment Appeal Tribunal on the following legal areas listed below:


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Lead and conduct litigation/advocacy at trial;

Drafting Particulars of Claim, ET1, ET3, and Counterclaim;

Draft contracts, policies, and procedures;

Deliver training to middle and senior managers on a variety of employment-related issues to enhance best practice remaining vigilant and avoid mismanagement

Unfair, wrongful dismissal including constructive dismissal claims;

Discrimination, victimisation, and harassment on grounds of race, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, religion or belief;

Equal pay and other remuneration issues;

Part-time and other working arrangements;

Parental and maternity rights;

Working Time;

National Minimum Wage;

“Whistleblowing” claims and public interest disclosures;

Data Protection;

Trade Secrets;

Confidentiality and restrictive covenant;

Industrial action;

Health and Safety;


Draft agenda for Case Management Discussion Hearing (CMD);

Written Submissions/Applications and Pre-Hearing Review (PHR) among other things;

Managing capability and poor performance;

Managing persistent and long-term sickness absence;

Managing disciplinary and grievance issues and procedures;

Termination of employment, severance terms;

Transfer of Undertakings, Trade Union activities, dismissal and reason for dismissal, Restrictive Covenant, Trade Secrets, Garden Leave, Injunction against employees in protecting the companies trade secrets amongst other things;

COT 3/Settlements;

Managing absenteeism, absenteeism reason(s)/history in the hope of identifying pattern of any malice and or underlining medical condition to ensure that the company remains in line with the Equality Act 2010; and

Workplace stress among others. 

Civil Litigation

This relates to you being injured following an accident or injury that was not your fault, which may suggest you might receive compensation subject to the merits of your claim. In most cases, such as an accident at work, medical negligence, or on accident on the road, the party responsible should have insurance cover specifically to deal with this type of claim. If you do not claim, then you may suffer financial hardship due to loss of earnings and medical and other expenses.


About Us

Understanding who we are and what moves our actions
We offer legal services on and around Employment & Personal Injury/Civil Litigation

We are an independent legal practice, providing specialist advice to both individuals and businesses. Whilst the circumstances in every case are different, we treat each client fairly giving you and your case the attention it deserves. If you are unsure as to whether you will be able to bring or defend a claim(s), contact us and we will be able to advise you. We are honest, fair and committed to the rights of our clients, held true by our core values, which are: * Outstanding Service; * Commitment; * Integrity; * Professional; * Reliable; and * Friendly. Remember, even if you are partially to blame, this does not prevent us from defending your interests or securing compensation on your behalf. Once we agree your case has a reasonable prospect of success, you will be notified, and on your agreement, commence the relevant paperwork by gathering information and evidence to support your case. This may include medical reports, accident reports, photographs and witness statements.

  • For small and medium size companies (employers services)

  • Legal and internal policy drafting within your respective company

  • Asserting your case or claim at any stage (internal or otherwise)

  • Seek an advantageous sum subject to the merits of your case


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