Has your employment been terminated unfairly? Would you like to know where you stand? We can help.

We understand the emotional and financial impact a dismissal can have. At Thursfields we offer a fixed fee consultation service so you can discuss your situation and receive pragmatic and straightforward legal advice.

Our team of lawyers are experts in the law relating to Unfair Dismissal offering you solution orientated, jargon free advice so that you can make an informed decision about next steps. We can negotiate favourable exit terms with your employer directly or via ACAS and can represent you should you decide to go to an Employment Tribunal.

Call our HR & Employment Law experts on 0345 20 73 72 8 or email info@thursfields.co.uk

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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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