Tribunals & mediation
We have a wealth of experience in representing individuals at all stages of the tribunal process, from drafting the claim form to undertaking the advocacy ourselves at the hearing.
We are experienced in negotiating favourable settlement packages through ACAS and encourage the use of conciliation and mediation where appropriate. If needed, we can call on independent mediators from our HR Consultancy, Forbury People Ltd.
“I would like to commend the team at Clarkslegal for their support given to me at my recent employment tribunal. Their attention to detail, foresight in their approach and ability to keep me focused were truly exceptional.”
Read, listen and watch our latest insights
- 29 March 2023
Employee’s ‘meltdowns’ due to short temper, not his disabilities
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision in McQueen v the General Optical Council will bring some comfort to employers trying to manage unacceptable conduct at work.
- 16 March 2023
Enhanced redundancy packages explained
The first payment to include in a redundancy package is the statutory redundancy payment. This must be paid to all eligible employees and the amount is set by legislation. Other mandatory payments on termination would also include accrued but untaken annual leave and unpaid wages. Some employers, where the contract allows, may make a payment in lieu of notice.
- 08 March 2023
International Women’s Day 2023 – Empowerment of all women and girls in technology
International Women’s Day celebrates women’s achievements and aims for a world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.
- 02 March 2023
The 4 day work week – is it inevitable and how should employers prepare?
From June to December 2022, 61 UK employers took part in the world’s largest trial of a four-day working week. Staff working for these employees saw a 20% reduction in working hours but no reduction in wages.
- 01 March 2023
TUPE Podcast Series: Service Provision Changes
In this podcast, Caroline Lendrum will be focussing on service provision changes.
- 22 February 2023
Should the without prejudice rule apply to your settlement agreement?
Settlement negotiations are generally subject to the ‘without prejudice’ rule. This means that evidence of genuine attempts to settle an existing dispute cannot be disclosed in tribunal or court proceedings.
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