Are you facing a discrimination claim? Do you require advice about the law relating to discrimination? We can help.

Our discrimination experts have in-depth knowledge of this complex area of law and can provide you with pragmatic, jargon free advice and assistance on all aspects of discrimination, harassment and victimisation.

Our Lawyers can also draft equal opportunities, anti- bullying and harassment policies as well as provide in-house training, all with the aim of avoiding discrimination in the workplace and helping you to deal with complaints fairly and justly before a claim is issued.

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Jade Linton
HR Director, Employment

Jade has over ten years’ experience in advising and representing clients in contentious and non-contentious employment matters, staff issues, employee relations law and practice. Jade provides employment law advice and assistance to clients engaged in the buying and selling of businesses, mergers and acquisitions, share purchase agreements and corporate restructuring. She negotiates high value complex…

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