Church Court Chambers has an enviable reputation for offering pragmatic and realistic advice understanding the commercial needs of our client in all matters of Employment Law. We act on behalf of both Claimants and Respondents and approach all cases with the same level of professionalism and enthusiasm irrespective of the seriousness or complexity of the matter concerned.
The areas of practice covered by the team, amongst others, include:
Harassment and Bullying Claims
Grievances and Disciplinary
Restrictive Covenants and Gardening Leave
TUPE (including failure to consult and inform)
Settlement and COP3 Agreements
Employment Appeals (EAT and Court of Appeal)
Members of our employment team are well placed to act in an advisory matter whether it be reviewing staff handbooks, employment contracts, or to advise on best practice procedures. Chambers are also able to provide tailor made lectures or training programs for HR departments, senior management, or instructing solicitors. Where appropriate these can be CPD registered.
Recent cases conducted by our employment team include representing a doctor in internal proceedings for alcohol misuse at work; representing a transvestite in a successful claim of victimization by sexual orientation, a high profile High Court Trial concerning TUPE and non-solicitation and successfully representing the claimant against seventeen respondents in a complex TUPE, automatic and unfair dismissal claim.