Colin Foote Employment Law

At Colin Foote Employment Law, we provide clear advice to workers, employees, directors and professionals, with regard to all issues that might arise at work.

We can help you to understand your rights, obligations and options or provide you with a legal opinion or representation at tribunals, to ensure the best possible outcome.

We provide advice on the full range of problems that might arise in the workplace, from contractual disputes relating to pay, discrimination or dismissal, to more complex issues relating to disclosure, whistleblowing, TUPE transfers and equal pay.

We understand the pressures you are under with pursuing any complaint against your employer. We will assess the merits of any claim you might have, and guide you through each stage of the legal process, providing straightforward, strategic help and advice.

We are happy to provide a free initial 30 minute consultation to help you ascertain the merits of your claim. Thereafter we will look at what other options may be available to you, to help you fund your claim which may include cover from an insurance company, in the event you are unable to proceed initially on a private paying basis.

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Individuals
At Colin Foote Employment Law, we provide clear advice to workers employees, directors and professio...
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Businesses
At Colin Foote Employment Law, we are well aware that any business is only as good as the people it ...
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In House Lawyer
In House Lawyer gives your business the in-house legal solutions you need when you need them. At ...
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Areas of Practice
At Colin Foote Employment Law we provide advice and assistance on the following areas:- Bullying ...
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Updates

Changes for Employers following the Autumn 2018 Budget
Changes for Employers following the Autumn 2018 Budget
November 5, 2018
This Autumn's budget has seen the UK Government introduce changes which will have a significant impact on employers who will now have a larger responsibility to determine the correct tax sta
When does a ‘self employed’ person become a worker with protected rights?
When does a ‘self employed’ person become a worker with protected rights?
May 9, 2017
In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith the Court of Appeal has held that a plumber, who was self-employed for tax purposes, as in fact a worker, entitling him to various employment rights. The...
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