Leeds Employment Law

Our Leeds employment law team is now firmly established as one of the leading employment law practices within the city.

Our Leeds-based team of specialist employment law solicitors acts for clients across a broad range of sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, education, health and social care and professional services.

Our employment lawyers work with businesses and employers (as well as individuals) to provide commercial employment law advice and strategies aligned to their employment needs.  We provide our services in a client-friendly, cost-efficient and modern way, and strive to deliver results that exceed our client’s expectations.  Talk to us today about how we can provide you with the right commercially targeted advice that will save you time and money.

How we can help

  • Assisting your in-house HR team
  • Contracts of employment and director’s service agreements
  • Advice on TUPE transfers and outsourcing
  • Compromise and settlement agreements
  • Defending employment tribunal claims
  • Employment law training to your employees
  • Recruitment, management and dismissal of employees
  • Advice on industrial relations, collective workforce and trade union matters
  • Redundancy and large-scale restructuring
  • Employment Policies
  • Advising upon employment aspects of business acquisitions and transfers

Our employment law solicitor in Leeds is David Leslie.

Our Experts

Employment law partner David Leslie

David Leslie

Leeds Employment Law Partner

Email: [email protected]

Direct Dial: 0113 368 7804

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