Employment law business legal services: insurance litigation

The Employment Law team provides bulk litigation services to legal expenses insurer clients.  Our national team of dedicated staff is highly skilled and experienced in handling employment litigation.

Employment litigation

The team deals with the full range of employment litigation on behalf of employers and employees in the Employment Tribunal, EAT and civil courts, including claims for:

  • Breach of Contract and wages claims
  • Unfair and constructive dismissal
  • Discrimination (including sex discrimination, race discrimination, disability discrimination, age discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, religious discrimination)
  • TUPE
  • Enforcement of restrictive covenants and injunctive relief
  • Protection from harassment
  • Whistleblowing

Using Lyons Davidson’s in-house case management system Filestream, we provide a bespoke service to our insurer clients that works to their service standards and is highly efficient and cost effective.  We offer a variety of competitive fee arrangements, including fixed-fee work.

To ensure we maintain our high standards, a formal audit process is undertaken monthly and we share the results of with our insurer clients. Filestream allows us to provide monthly management information reports which are tailored to each client’s requirements.

Our Experts

Jessica Baden-Daintree (Waterlow)

Bristol Employment Law Partner

Email: jbaden-daintree@lyonsdavidson.co.uk

Direct Dial: 0117 904 5780

Employment law partner David Leslie

David Leslie

Leeds Employment Law Partner

Email: dleslie@lyonsdavidson.co.uk

Direct Dial: 0113 368 7804

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