We draw upon our specialist expertise and track record in employment law and employee rights to ensure you are best placed to resolve your individual situation to your benefit.
This includes working with you to present the strongest possible employment law case to an employment tribunal, if necessary.
Our highly-rated and experienced employment law team is based in Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract. We pride ourselves on providing you with good, efficient, fast and local advice on employment law.
Our employment lawyers specialise in all forms of discrimination in the workplace – race discrimination; sex discrimination; religious discrimination; disability discrimination; and age discrimination.
Legal advice on redundancy, dismissal (both unfair dismissal and constructive dismissal), employment contracts, and settlement agreements represents another cornerstone of our employment law practice.
Our employment law team in Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract supports you through the full range of employment law problems and employment law issues, including:
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As the true impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to be realised, so does the severe impact on BAME communities – further evidence that Black Lives Matter. Every year, the UK comes together on June 22 to honour the British Caribbean community and the contribution it makes to
Milners Solicitors is offering 25% off all legal fees to NHS and Key Workers for any new instructions received on or after the 22nd May 2020 until further notice.
Milners Senior Partner, Giles Ward, sees his latest article on advising businesses how to take steps to survive the COVID-19 pandemic featured in the latest issue of Pest Contol News. You can read the article here: PCN 122 Milners Article
Ben Harrison – Head of Public Law at Milners featured in the Yorkshire Post with his thoughts on the potential for a public inquiry into the handling of Coronavirus here in the UK. Read the article here: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/columnists/public-inquiry-governments-handling-coronavirus-crisis-inevitable-ben-harrison-2851044 Public
Following Sam Stein QC and Milners Ben Harrisons letter to the Prime Minister – Boris Johnson in 2019, read the response from the Minister of the Inquiry – Penny Mordaunt here: Blood Inquiry Letter – Response
In the first of our articles, we discussed how a public inquiry into the Government’s response to coronavirus seemed inevitable. https://milnerslaw.com/uk-coronavirus-potential-for-inquiry/ In this article, we set out why a public inquiry is a legal inevitability and in doing so, we explain why we consider that the inadequate supply of personal
UK Coronavirus Outbreak Analysis of the Government Response and a Potential Inquiry Coronavirus was listed as a notifiable disease in the UK on 5 March 2020 and restrictions were imposed on individuals’ movements and work on 17 March 2020. By this point in time Italy, Switzerland and Luxembourg were amongst
Supply contracts, whether in the form of standard terms and conditions or a more bespoke agreement, form the basis upon which most suppliers effectively provide goods and or services to their customers and clients. Some contracts, of course, are not subject to written terms and are based upon what was
Leeds-based solicitors, we also have offices in Harrogate and Pontefract but operate throughout Yorkshire and further afield.
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