Whether we are pursuing claims or defending claims, EAD has great experience in preparing for and representing our clients at the Employment Tribunal. An individual may need advice because they have been dismissed or they are the victim of discrimination. Employment Law remains a complex legal area and there has never been a greater need to have specialist advice. We have achieved some notable victories and just some of these are referred to below:-
EAD Client Catherine McClennan said:- “from my first meeting with EAD I was reassured that I had a strong case and although maternity discrimination was complex, I knew from then on that iw as doing the right thing. Stephen Pinder was fully supportive throughout the process and was an impressive advocate during the hearing. He put a professional, powerful case together which ultimately won my landmark Employment Tribunal against the TUC. I would recommend Stephen Pinder and EAD most highly and cannot thank them enough for obtaining justice for me and providing me with the confidence to continue with my career”
EAD has also acted for businesses in defending claims. Not all cases should be taken to a full Tribunal hearing and on occasions, the best advice is to achieve an economic and practical settlement. Just some of our clients have said the following about EAD when defending claims at the Employment Tribunal:
Paul O’Donoghue, MD of Dateshare Ltd said:- My company employs over 40 staff in the Health Care Sector and on occasions we have had employment issues for which I have sought legal advice from EAD. One such occasion was in the summer of 2015 regarding an Unfair Dismissal Claim.
Working with Steve Pinder on a very difficult and technical problem, we managed to resolve the claim before it actually reached the Employment Tribunal. Steve provided me with clear and concise advice focusing upon the issues, and the risks that would have arisen on a financial level, had the case proceeded to tribunal.
His strategy for dealing with matters in a proportionate manner was extremely professional and informative. With Steve’s intervention the claim was settled without proceeding to tribunal, and resulted in a settlement that was acceptable to us. The financial implications would have been a lot worse had the case progressed, as we were undoubtedly culpable in the matter.
The whole outcome was entirely satisfactory and I am pleased to recommend Steve for any employment problems.
I have since had cause to approach Steve for further advice, and will continue to utilise EAD for any further issues we may have.
When you need legal advice and representation about an employment law dispute, call EAD for free initial advice and if necessary, a free initial interview. Our contact details are:-
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What others say about us
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.