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Funding Employment Law Advice

The EAD Employment Law Unit will act for individuals and businesses.  As an individual requiring legal advice and representation or as the owner of a business, you will be concerned about how your legal advice is funded.

EAD has a reputation for providing practical advice and for achieving great results.  We also establish good working relationships with our clients, ensuring that the fear of paying legal costs should never be a barrier to accessing high quality legal advice.

For our business clients, we will apply the most competitive hourly rates in the city, allowing advice and representation to be affordable. On every piece of advice or representation we will work with you to agree the level of costs, including the use of fixed agreed fees on every relevant case to ensure that you are able to budget for the work to be done.

Our business clients have said this about the EAD Employment Law Unit:-

  1. Brian King, MD of The Contact People said:- “I have worked with Steve Pinder of EAD for many years.  Steve provides direct access for advice, and gives practical guidance on what can appear to be difficult staff issues.  I consider that Steve always strives to ensure that our legal costs are at a reasonable level and I believe that the legal work adds value to our business”.
  1. Terry Reed, Director at Keppie Massie said:- “At Keppie Massie we receive high quality legal advice from Steve Pinder of EAD Solicitors, and in working with our business Steve is approachable and seeks to achieve a practical outcome.  We also consider that access to this advice has always been affordable. We believe that we have received value for money”.

Our clients approach us when difficulties arise at work.  we will work with our clients to ensure that the legal advice required is both affordable and relevant.

Contact EAD for an initial free discussion or interview:-

Tel:      0151-735-1000

Email:  stephen.pinder@eadsolicitors.co.uk

 

EAD’s Employment Law News

  • GOVERNMENT MISSES CHANCE TO INTRODUCE WORKER RIGHTS

GOVERNMENT MISSES CHANCE TO INTRODUCE WORKER RIGHTS

  • Wednesday, February 7, 2018

On the morning of 7 February 2018 the Government announced proposals to address issues derived from the Taylor report, which was published during 2017.  Taylor addressed issues relevant to modern workplaces and also modern work practices, which included the... more »

  • NEW DATA PROTECTION RULES ON THE HORIZON

NEW DATA PROTECTION RULES ON THE HORIZON

  • Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Over many years, my guess is that we have all come across cases when organisations have refused to tell us something or to disclose a particular document.  When challenged, a common answer has been that it is not permitted... more »

  • Shareholders’ Agreements: An Overview

Shareholders’ Agreements: An Overview

  • Thursday, January 18, 2018

An analogy can be made between shareholders’ agreements and umbrellas; you only tend get them when it’s raining and we do, of course, live in England!
When starting a new business, entering into a joint venture or re-structuring an... more »

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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.
Robert Adams, West Midlands

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