Our employment lawyers in Aberdeen, Inverness and Edinburgh expertly manage human resources legalities and workplace contractual matters.
With a unique geographical spread throughout north and north east Scotland, our employment lawyers in Aberdeen, Inverness and Edinburgh have the experience to expertly manage human resources legalities and workplace contractual matters.
Partner Kirk Tudhope is the only Law Society accredited specialist in employment law based in the Highland and Islands area while John Lee is one of only three solicitor advocates in the country to be accredited by the Law Society of Scotland in both employment and discrimination law.
We provide tailored in-house training, seminars and skill building, and general advisory services.
Including draft and review of employment contracts, restrictive covenants, discrimination advice, disciplinary and capability hearings, redundancy, consultation, claims and business transfer matters. We also provide a telephone hotline for quick access to invaluable expertise.
Our employment law work is commended by clients within research carried out by international legal directory Chambers and Partners:
A client observes: "They are efficient and accessible and they ensure the client has a clear understanding of what needs to be done."
Another adds: "They are very client-focused, responsive and commercially astute."
Worldwide research publication Legal 500 also commends our employment work:
“The practice is led by Kirk Tudhope, who ‘inspires great confidence’ in understanding his clients’ business.”.
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