Advocacy & Representation at Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeals Tribunal

We represent employees and employers in Employment Tribunals and the Appeal Tribunals. Our team of expert solicitors work exclusively in employment law and help businesses and individuals across the country.

Our Process

We’ll handle the whole thing for you. Paperwork, court preparation and appearances – we do it all. We’re on your side. We literally ‘have your back.’

1. Pre-Call

Initial call to understand your requirements and how Surenity can help you

2. Establish Your Needs

A 30-minute call with a solicitor to establish needs and actions

3. Onboarding

Engagement letter sent to you by email for e-signature and assignment of an expert solicitor to you

4. Follow Up Email

We will send you an email clarifying next steps and an estimate of costs

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Employment claims are very much on the rise, it is now more important than ever to ensure you have the right expert legal support and advice to assist you throughout the tribunal process. Our representation gives you the peace of mind that even the most complex of tribunal claims can be dealt with effectively, with a personalised and supportive approach.

For both individuals and businesses, it can often be a daunting prospect when faced with having to bring or defend a claim at an employment tribunal. Our employment solicitors are forward-thinking and are dedicated to completing matters effectively, quickly and efficiently.

Free Initial Discussion 

For a free initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, get in touch with us today by simply calling us on 0203 282 6675 or email us at info@surenity.co.uk and one of our employment solicitors will get back to you.

Employment Areas We Advise On

At Surenity we are experienced employment tribunal advocates and can represent clients in a wide range of issues, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Discrimination
  • Group claims
  • Protective awards
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Whistleblowing

We also offer clients the option of advice only on particular aspects of a claim, such as:

  • Advice and assistance with preparation of documentation
  • Advice and assistance with witness statements
  • Advising on the merits of a potential claim
  • Preparation of or advice on the claim itself (the ET1 claim form)
  • Settlement negotiations (where appropriate)

We can represent employees who have handled their claim themselves but when a hearing is listed, feel that they need expert representation.

In most cases we can agree to represent our clients at Employment Tribunal Hearings for a fixed cost.


Best Selling Packages

Our charges are transparent, crystal clear.  We will always provide you with a fee estimate and often we are able to provide you with a fixed fee, if you prefer that.  Where we charge by an hourly rate our fees are based on £350 + VAT per hour for a senior employment specialist solicitor.  We do not compete on price, we compete on excellence.

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2-3 hours email negotiation

Signed Settlement Agreement for both parties

Expert Employment Tribunal Services 

We are able to assist with a range of hearings, including:

  • Preliminary Hearings – These may be held to decide case management or more complex issues. It is essential to prepare properly for Preliminary Hearings, particularly where the Tribunal wishes to decide parts of your claim.
  • Full Hearings – This is where expert cross-examination is particularly important and the Employment Tribunal decides whether the case is successful, and if so, how much compensation should be awarded.
  • Remedies Hearings – These are used when a Tribunal has decided that a case is successful but was unable to assess compensation at the Full Hearing. There are many factors determining the amount of compensation should be paid.
  • Hearings about costs – In certain circumstances parties may make an application for a Costs Order against their opponent. Whilst these applications can be made orally at a hearing and be decided at that time, this is not always possible.
  • Appeal Hearings – Where a party feels that the Employment Tribunal has reached a wrong conclusion, in certain circumstances they can apply for an Appeal. The Employment Tribunal will usually only allow this to happen in a limited number of circumstances, which are usually around arguments concerning the law and so, therefore, it is vital that you have an expert employment solicitor on your side.

Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT)

If you have pursued your case in an employment tribunal and were unsuccessful, then we can help you understand whether you have good grounds in appealing the decision in the EAT.

How Surenity Can Help 

Our experienced and specialist team of employment solicitors can provide you with sensible legal advice and representation.

As experienced tribunal advocates, you receive complete consistency in approach from start to finish and can be reassured that your case will be thoroughly researched and prepared.

We will also continually advise you on the strengths and weaknesses of your matter and will assist you in your decision making, to enable you to approach it in the most informed and cost-effective way possible.

Testimonials

“Surenity are sharp and commercially focused employment lawyers”.

Fix Flo

“We instructed Surenity to review our staff handbook and employment contracts. We were really happy with the service provided and felt that the work done added real value to our business”.

Edify Digital Media

“We instructed Surenity to provide us with employment law advice relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. The advice was easy to understand and pragmatic.”

Corporate Investigations

Recent Case Study

Sleeping on the job: Gross Misconduct?

We acted for a prestigious prime Central London hotel where an employee was dismissed for sleeping during the working day.  The individual would retire to a walk-in cupboard to catch up on some sleep.  Unfortunately for him, we were able to produce CCTV of this regular occurrence.  His claim for unfair dismissal was rejected by the Employment Tribunal and our client avoided a significant compensation claim.

How to Get in Contact

For a free initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, get in touch with us today by simply calling us on 0203 282 6675 or email us at info@surenity.co.uk and one of our employment solicitors will get back to you.

We specialise in employment law and have an excellent reputation across the country. We can assist wherever you are in the based and we also have offices in central London.

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