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Our Employment Law Solicitors have experience in handling matters on behalf of employers and employees in all areas of employment disputes.
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Our employment solicitors are experienced in dealing with employment disputes and settlement agreements. With experience ranging from 3 years to over 30 years, our employment solicitors also deal with commercial property, and the department is ably supported by a trainee solicitor.
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