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Advocacy Services

EAD acts on behalf of individuals and businesses, and when providing advice it is often necessary to represent our clients, for example before the Employment Tribunal.  EAD Solicitors undertake advocacy for our clients, including representing our clients at lengthy hearings dealing with complex legal areas, for example sex discrimination and maternity cases.  When you instruct EAD you will not receive separate charges for advocacy, for example from a barrister.  EAD Solicitors will act on your behalf, and if this is on a No Win – No Fee basis our contract with you will include advocacy services.  Every case must be reviewed on its merits, but the assumption we have when we act is that we will be next to you when providing advice and also if necessary when you are in a Tribunal Hearing.

As a business or an individual you may be involved in a claim before the Employment Tribunal or in another Court, and you might be representing yourself.  If a business or individual would seek to hire an Advocate for a hearing then EAD is available to act, and we will always be competitive as regards the resulting costs.

You may also be a Solicitor or another body which represents individuals or businesses.  You may not require our involvement at every stage of a claim, but if you would like to instruct EAD to provide advice and representation, please contact EAD so that such a matter can be subject to discussion and hopefully agreement.

EAD Solicitors all undertake advocacy for clients, including at Tribunal Hearings.  If you would like to discuss EAD Advocacy Services please contact EAD:-

Tel:      0151-735-1000

Email:  stephen.pinder@eadsolicitors.co.uk

     

    EAD’s Employment Law News

      • PRISONERS AND THE NATIONAL LIVING WAGE

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      • Thursday, February 16, 2017

      I have just settled a claim for a former prison inmate and recovered compensation. Under a scheme to assist with rehabilitation many inmates work for businesses in different sectors. The people concerned leave prison to attend at work and... more »

      • THE NOT SO “SELF EMPLOYED” PLUMBER

      THE NOT SO “SELF EMPLOYED” PLUMBER

      • Sunday, February 12, 2017

      Employment status is a topic which continues to grab the headlines. The gig economy remains a live area, with Uber pursuing an appeal in relation to the recent decision issued in favour of drivers being workers. On 10 February... more »

      • MAKING ROOM FOR A WHEELCHAIR

      MAKING ROOM FOR A WHEELCHAIR

      • Friday, January 20, 2017

      During the current week the Supreme Court has issued an important decision in relation to disability rights across the UK.  It is an interesting example of the supremacy of the highest Court in the land, with decisions being taken... more »

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      Extremely happy with the outcome of my Personal Injury Claim and can only thank Paul McCarthy and his team at EAD Solicitors and also Tim Trotman my barrister arranged by EAD, for all their work and efforts on my behalf. As such I would highly recommend EAD to anyone in need of their service. Once again thanks to all involved.
      Brodie Martin, Merseyside
      Excellent, very professional, approachable when I needed advice. I would just like to say thank you to your staff.
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