Our expert employment lawyers and solicitors in Surrey.

Employment Solicitors and Lawyers


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Employment

We are specialists in advising on employment law related matters relevant to your business. We provide a full range of employment law services in relation both to advisory work and court/tribunal work.

We act on behalf of employers in a wide range of industry sectors providing essential advice in connection with:

•    recruiting new staff;
•    drafting contracts of employment and service agreements;
•    advising on performance or conduct related issues;
•    managing redundancies and business transfers:
•    protecting your business when a key employee leaves

We can help avoid unnecessary problems by ensuring that the correct procedures are used.
We are highly experienced in acting on behalf of employers in tribunal proceedings, having successfully defended claims for unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal and a number of complex discrimination claims.

We will not only guide you to the best possible commercial solution for your business but also find a solution that, where possible and if it is important to you, which maintains a good ongoing relationship with your employee.

To speak to someone who can help with your business’s employment issues call, email or request a call back from a specialist employment lawyer.

To find out more about our services, visit the menu on the right or take a look at our Employee and Employer booklets.

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Assignment of Leases to Guarantors

The Court of Appeal will not be considering whether assignments of leases to guarantors really are void now that the parties in the case of EMI Group…

Anne Bridger, Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Anne Bridger

Push the button – actionable interference with a right of way

Installing a gate across the route of a right of way is always an interference but when does it become an actionable interference? The answer is that…

Roderick Campbell, Partner, Head of Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Roderick Campbell

Haystacks hiding homes : Concealed development – a reminder of the position now

In the not so distant past, it was possible to achieve a lawful status for an unauthorised development, notwithstanding concealment and deception. Now, following judgments and amendments…

Roderick Campbell, Partner, Head of Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Roderick Campbell

The Sun Continues to Shine on Town and Village Greens

The Commons Act 2006 permits anyone to apply to register land as a town and village green where a significant number of people from a certain locality…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Rights of Employees During a Heatwave

With temperatures reaching north of 30 degrees throughout the UK in the last few days, the country is in the middle of a heatwave, with many left…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

New Deadlines For Changes in Company Ownership

Businesses have new deadlines to comply with regulations around transparency of ownership from this month, under the so-called PSC regime. The move is happening as part of…

Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

Assignment of Leases to Guarantors

The Court of Appeal will not be considering whether assignments of leases to guarantors really are void now that the parties in the case of EMI Group…

Anne Bridger, Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Anne Bridger

Push the button – actionable interference with a right of way

Installing a gate across the route of a right of way is always an interference but when does it become an actionable interference? The answer is that…

Roderick Campbell, Partner, Head of Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Roderick Campbell

Haystacks hiding homes : Concealed development – a reminder of the position now

In the not so distant past, it was possible to achieve a lawful status for an unauthorised development, notwithstanding concealment and deception. Now, following judgments and amendments…

Roderick Campbell, Partner, Head of Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Roderick Campbell

The Sun Continues to Shine on Town and Village Greens

The Commons Act 2006 permits anyone to apply to register land as a town and village green where a significant number of people from a certain locality…

Gaenor Thomas, Associate Solicitor, Commercial Property Solicitor ,

Gaenor Thomas

Rights of Employees During a Heatwave

With temperatures reaching north of 30 degrees throughout the UK in the last few days, the country is in the middle of a heatwave, with many left…

Jane Crosby, Associate, Dispute Resolution Solicitor ,

Jane Crosby

New Deadlines For Changes in Company Ownership

Businesses have new deadlines to comply with regulations around transparency of ownership from this month, under the so-called PSC regime. The move is happening as part of…

Danielle Collett-Bruce, Solicitor, Commercial & Corporate Solicitor ,

Danielle Collett-Bruce

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"Your advice, conduct and assistance have been, indeed, outstanding and very professional but also – and most importantly – very humane. "

Jane Crosby. Associate, Dispute Resolution