Funding your case

We understand that funding and affordability are concerns for many of our clients. We are committed to being open and transparent about our charges and are confident that our specialist expertise and exemplary client service mean we offer great value… Read on

Ageism in the workplace

  In July 2018, a parliamentary committee published a report on its inquiry into older workers. The committee concluded that the government was not enforcing age discrimination law adequately and that workplace prejudice, unconscious bias and casual ageism are still… Read on

Can I sue my employer for harassment?

Harassment, as defined in the Equality Act 2010 is unlawful. If you can show that you have suffered harassment in the workplace carried out by a colleague, you will be able to bring a claim against your employer. What is… Read on

What different ways can I fund my legal bill?

Regardless of the method used to calculate your legal charges – and there are various different options such as a fixed fee or no-win-no-fee, you will need to pay your bill and there are various different funding methods you may… Read on

How will I be charged for my legal case?

We understand that affordability is a huge concern for most of our clients.  We are committed to being open and transparent about our charges and are confident that our specialist expertise and exemplary client service mean we offer great value… Read on

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding For clients who want to fund their case using the latest donation based funding, we work with CrowdJustice (a crowdfunding platform for legal action) using their online tool specifically designed for private fundraising and tailored to employment issues.  This… Read on

New cap on public sector exit payments set to be introduced

Last month, the government finally published draft regulations setting out how it intends to limit pay-offs to public sector workers, nearly four years after it first said it would tackle the issue of six-figure termination packages. On 10 April, the… Read on

Scope leads the way on disability and wellness reporting

Disability charity Scope is the first organisation to publish its internal disability and wellness report since the government published a new framework intended to support larger employers to record and report voluntarily on disability, mental health and wellbeing in the… Read on

Workers fined for workplace data protection breaches

The Information Commissioner’s Office has exercised its right to bring criminal prosecutions against two individuals who were found guilty of breaching data protection laws at Birmingham Magistrates Court earlier this month. In the first case, an employee of Heart of… Read on

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