Employment Law for Claimants
St John’s Chambers’ employment practice covers a wide range of employment matters, including unfair dismissal, discrimination and victimisation matters, to name a few.”
St John’s Chambers experienced employment law barristers are regularly instructed by solicitors who require counsel to advice on claimant issues. Our personable barristers provide a client friendly, practical legal service to employees who need advice on a range of employment law issues.
We also undertake internal disciplinary inquiries and proceedings and also appear in UK Employment Tribunals, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the County and High Courts
Areas of expertise:
- All forms of discrimination and victimisation
- Equal pay and unlawful deduction from wages
- Disciplinary and Grievance issues
- Employment status
- Redundancy and breach of contract
- Injunctive relief
- Directors’ disputes
- Injunctive relief and employee competition
- TUPE transfers
- Pensions and Tax
- Contractual / wrongful dismissal
- Claims under The Employment Rights Act 1996 including Unfair Dismissal
- Whistle blowing
Five members of the team are panel counsel for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
As the number of cases being dealt with by way of mediation increases, our mediation team is on hand to help, as advisers, advocates and mediators. Our facilities are specifically designed to meet with clients’ needs for a mediation venue. Read more.
The team delivers workshops and seminars in Chambers and regional centres. We also provide training on behalf of local Law Societies and in conjunction with solicitors firms. In addition we can give tailored in-house training for particular firms. If you would like any further information please contact Paul Bennett.