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The Employment Team provides strategic advice and practical support on all aspects of employment law to a broad range of clients both in the UK and abroad.
"They are highly professional and commercially focused."
Chambers UK, 2017
‘Go-to’ partner Adam Grant leads Wedlake Bell LLP’s team, which is ‘excellent across the board’ and provides ‘to-the-point and efficient advice’. The practice has substantial cross-border experience, and recently acted for Bio-Rad Laboratories on employment issues across 22 EMEA jurisdictions. Other key names include Richard Isham, Ravinder Mahal and the ‘clear and straightforward’ David Israel.
Legal 500, 2016
"The level of client service is extremely high, and the additional commercial awareness factor of any of their advice is a key benefit."
Chambers UK, 2016
"They are diverse and can offer advice on anything, but more importantly the people you work with are outstanding."
Chambers UK, 2015
"Their advice is detailed, and they are very often able to think beyond just the immediate issue to explore further options that may come up. They are exceptionally responsive and work hard to deal with tight deadlines imposed on them."
Chambers UK, 2014
Clients praise Wedlake Bell LLP as being that ‘rare breed of firm which seeks to understand the business of the client’.
Legal 500, 2013
The compact team at Wedlake Bell is felt to punch above its weight. Clients 'trust them with the most critical of work' and value their 'clear, calm and thorough' approach."
Chambers UK, 2012
Our Employment Team acts for clients ranging from multinational companies, banks, UK companies and SMEs, governing bodies, partnerships, sports organisations and charities, as well as for senior executives.
We advise on all aspects of employment law including re-organisations, mergers, share and business acquisitions and disposals, the protection of businesses assets, employee rewards & equity arrangements, exit strategies and discrimination issues through to day to day disciplinary and grievance matters as well as employment contracts and policies.
The team's focus is always upon the commercial goals of the client. We are known for working with clients and providing proactive, commercial and responsive advice with the ability to distil what are complex issues into practical guidance. This is confirmed by our consistently high rankings in the leading legal directories.
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