EMPLOYMENT LAW FOR BUSINESSES
If you are an employer, we can provide pragmatic advice tailored to your needs. We provide advice on employment contracts, your company policies, redundancy and how to make the process fair, settlement agreements and defending claims all the way through to an employment tribunal.
EMPLOYMENT LAW FOR EMPLOYEES
The process begins with an initial interview – so that we can get to know you, your situation and to assess your case. As a result of that interview – if we agree to take on your case – we will also speak to you about legal expenses insurance which you might have on your household or car insurance. Alternatively, if you don’t have insurance, we can often accept instructions on a “no win, no fee” basis.
MEET THE Employment TEAM
Robin was born in Kirkby and raised in Liverpool. He graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1981 and qualified as a solicitor in 1984. He joined the practice in 1987, became a partner in 1990 and Senior Partner in 2002.
He has dedicated himself to the service of our clients’ legal needs and has been instrumental in ensuring Levins are still the biggest provider of legal services in Knowsley — a position we have held proudly for a large number of years. While his passion is fighting for people’s rights in the police station and the courts, he is nevertheless able to buy and sell your house and give you small business advice.
He will negotiate and advise you on the terms of your lease whether you are the landlord or tenant and if that is not enough he is able to help you secure maximum compensation in the unfortunate event you have had an accident that is not your fault.
As Senior Partner, Robin has recruited an excellent team to help you in all your legal requirements and strongly believes that service comes first. He is fully supported by his business partner David Woods and he believes that Levins remain accessible and friendly without ever compromising on quality expert advice from qualified legal professionals.
Harriet graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2011 with a degree in Law and thereafter completed the Legal Practice Course in 2012. After completing her education Harriet started work as a Paralegal at a national law firm specialising in all areas of personal injury and clinical negligence.
Harriet joined Levins in June 2016 and following successful completion of her training contract qualified as a Solicitor in April 2018.
Jon completed his legal studies in 2009, having previously completed degrees in theoretical physics and philosophy at the University of Manchester and the University of Leeds respectively.
Jon acts in a wide range of civil matters, with a particular interest in land law and implied trusts.
He also has a growing employment practice, specialising in discrimination claims. Jon successfully acted and appeared at trial for the claimant in a high-profile disability discrimination claim against a major airline.
Jon is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Employment Lawyers Association.
SPEAK TO ONE OF OUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALISTS
If you need any further assistance please give us a call on 0151 480 5777 or fill in our contact form below.
Prevention is better than cure
Employment Law Solicitors Liverpool: We mainly act for employees but we have also successfully represented employers in the employment tribunal. Prevention is better than cure, so we are happy to provide advice to head off a potential problem.
To succeed in an employment tribunal claim, you need a solicitor with an eye for detail and the ability to present your case in the most favourable light. As an experienced advocate, Jon knows the evidence you will need to persuade the tribunal. Jon accepts instructions from both employers and employees.
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