Employment law business legal services: resources

Our specialist Employment team provide regular updates and briefings to ensure clients are aware of changes to employment law, that a business-law focus is maintained and that industry best-practice is followed.

We understand clients cannot always travel to our events but we do not want them to miss out on any changes that may affect their businesses. Therefore, we publish:

  • Employment law tips
  • Notes from recent seminars and Breakfast Legal Training (BLT) sessions
  • Articles written by the team
  • Area-specific briefing notes

These are published to give insight and help clients follow employment law best practice. For more information on any of the topics, please contact one of the team.

Breakfast Legal Training and evening seminars

Our Breakfast Legal Training (BLT) and evening seminars cover a topical employment law subject and are presented in a way that is applicable to our clients’ businesses. You can start the day by joining us for coffee, breakfast and an update on employment law issues or come after work and enjoy a glass of wine.

These courses are particularly useful for ensuring that HR teams and managers are aware of recent developments in employment law. We also provide training on how to deal with the usual people-management issues encountered in all businesses.

Articles from our employment solicitors

Our respected team of employment lawyers provide commentary on key employment law decisions and proposed legislative changes.  We have been published in numerous leading industry magazines and we also publish our own employment law bulletin.

Briefing notes and guides

We like to keep clients informed about changes happening in employment law, so we produce area-specific briefing notes. We currently offer general advice notes on the following areas to download as pdf files:

Disclaimer:

Please note that the information and any commentary on the law contained in these briefing notes, articles and guides is provided free of charge for information purposes only.  Every reasonable effort is made to make the information and commentary accurate and up to date, but no responsibility for its accuracy and correctness or for any consequences of relying on it is assumed by the author or the publisher. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice to any person on a specific case or matter.  If you are not a solicitor, you are strongly advised to obtain specific, personal advice from a lawyer about your case or matter and not to rely on the information or comments on this site.  If you are a solicitor, you should seek advice from counsel on a formal basis.

Employment law articles

Our team of employment lawyers regularly comment on the latest employment law decisions and are also asked to take part in consultation about proposed legislative changes. We also produce a regular update containing opinion and case summaries. You can find our most recent employment law articles in the News and Insight box on the right.

Disclaimer:

Please note that the information and any commentary on the law contained in these briefing notes, articles and guides is provided free of charge for information purposes only. Every reasonable effort is made to make the information and commentary accurate and up to date, but no responsibility for its accuracy and correctness or for any consequences of relying on it, is assumed by the author or the publisher.

The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice to any person on a specific case or matter. If you are not a solicitor, you are strongly advised to obtain specific, personal advice from a lawyer about your case or matter and not to rely on the information or comments on this site. If you are a solicitor, you should seek advice from counsel on a formal basis.

Our Experts

Peter Orton

Peter Orton

Divisional Manager and Partner

Email: porton@lyonsdavidson.co.uk

Direct Dial: 0121 683 8399


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