Unfair dismissal, Discrimination - Employment Law help at Digby Brown Solicitors
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Legal help for employment law matters at Digby Brown Solicitors

At Digby Brown Solicitors, we have a dedicated team of specialist solicitors who provide employment law advice to employees across Scotland.

Our solicitors advise on a range of employment law matters and regularly help people in Scotland resolve issues at work.

If there is an employment law issue that is causing you concern, then we can help.

Digby Brown’s Employment Solicitors

Our specialist employment solicitors are experienced in providing employment related advice and have been helping to resolve issues at work for many years.The team are very approachable and will provide you with advice to give you the confidence to deal with employment related issues.

Our experience includes representation in the following areas:

Employment Tribunals

All solicitors within the team are dedicated employment law specialists who have extensive experience of advising employees on a wide range of issues and litigating employment claims before Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

This includes claims of unfair dismissal, constructive unfair dismissal and workplace discrimination.

Settlement Agreements

We regularly negotiate and advise on Settlement Agreements and their terms for employees, including situations involving high profile business exits and where redundancies are proposed. 

Professional Representation

We are experienced in providing advice and representation before professional bodies such as the General Teaching Council Scotland (GTCS), Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) and General Dental Council (GDC).

Client testimonial

"I would recommend Digby Brown for the following reasons. I was advised by both Ross Milvenan on Employment Law and also Digby Brown’s Injuries Department. I received clear and unambiguous advice on my circumstances and I was given clear options for proceeding on both Employment Law and Injuries compensation. Ross helped me negotiate my preferred solution with straight forward advice. I managed to get through a very difficult time with minimal confrontation."

Funding your employment case

We understand that you will be conscious of the cost of legal advice and related services, especially when employment is a concern. We aim to remove these worries where possible and work with you to pursue your employment law rights in a way that does not cause financial difficulty.

We are happy to discuss funding with you directly and advise on the best funding package based on your requirements.

Fixed Fee Advice

We want to ensure that you are clear from the start on the cost of our services to you. We can offer a fixed fee agreement for assessing your situation and offering advice tailored to your circumstances. The fixed fee is £300 plus VAT.  This will allow us to discuss the circumstances, review relevant documentation and provide advice to help achieve a suitable outcome for you.

We can also provide continuing advice which can be invoiced at regular intervals to cover the cost of our time that is required. 

Employment Tribunal Funding

We can help obtain insurance funding for you to pursue an Employment Tribunal claim at no cost to you.





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