Employment Law Dismissal In Manchester
Employment Law Dismissal – Solicitors; Are you an employer in search of employment and commercial law specialists who could advise and represent you with regards to the employment tribunal claim for unfair or constructive dismissal of an employee that has been brought against your organisation in Manchester? Then you should make a no obligation call to the highly qualified and experienced professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as our extremely dedicated team could use their expertise in these fields of law to ensure that your company achieve the best possible outcome available to you either by reaching a solution through alternative dispute resolution methods or at an employment tribunal hearing when an unfair or constructive dismissal claim is brought against you.
On Friday 12 April 2013 The Guardian published an article reporting that "Apprentice winner Stella English loses case against Lord Sugar".
It says that "Labour peer says he feels vindicated as there was never a case to answer after tribunal rejects claim of constructive dismissal".
The article further explains that "English 34 sued the Labour peer after resigning from the œ100000-a-year job that was her prize for winning series six of the BBC1 show in 2010 complaining that she was treated like an ‘overpaid lackey’".
Have you been threatened with employment tribunal action by a former employee and now require expert guidance and representation from legal professionals who specialise in employment and commercial law to defend your company against the dismissal claim and ensure the best interests of the business in Manchester protected? Then don?t hesitate to consult with the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors over a no obligation call and discover how our highly skilled team of professionals could offer you the guidance and assistance that you need in various methods alternative dispute resolution such as mediation or conciliation to ensure a quick and cost-effective solution is reached by negotiation and drafting of a settlement agreement if necessary or by providing a robust legal defence when an employment tribunal hearing is unavoidable.
The above-mentioned article goes on to say that "The case was heard at the East London in the tribunal service last month" and explains that a written judgement was released saying that there was no dismissal as the claimant had resigned so the case had been dismissed.
It is also reported that Lord Sugar "Accused English attempting to blackmail him when he gave evidence to the tribunal saying he had no case to answer and the Apprentice winner was after his money".
The article states that "English was given a role with Sugar’s IT Division Viglen as her prize but resigned in May 2011. She claimed the job was ‘a sham’ and a ‘PR construct’".
The employment and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors could advise assist and represent you if a former employee has brought an unfair or constructive dismissal claim against you to tribunal to strive to reach a swift and cost-effective solution by alternative dispute resolution methods wherever possible or ensure that a robust legal defence is provided when litigation is inevitable; so call our extremely helpful advisers today to discuss your case: 0113 200 9720.
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