At Lanyon Bowdler, we specialise in employment law for employers. Our expert team of business lawyers aims to keep our clients’ employment law disputes to a minimum, and when they do arise we aim to ensure they are resolved in a swift and cost-effective manner.
We don't just sell time; we sell experience, expertise, know-how and results. We will tailor our service, pricing and payment arrangements to suit your business and priorities, whether on a standalone basis or to complement your existing HR capabilities, from anywhere between providing unlimited 24/7 support for a fixed fee to providing “pay as you go” as-required assistance – backed by service level guarantees and, if selected, insurance cover against tribunal costs and awards, at a very competitive premium, through our market leading Axa policy.
To find out more about our LBProtect policy click here.
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 states “The 'excellent' Lanyon Bowdler provides 'timely', 'concise', 'clear' and 'pragmatic' advice on employment matters. John Merry leads the team and is 'extremely personable' and 'knowledgeable', and 'translates employment law into easily understandable, pragmatic advice'.”
Will Morse is recognised as the head of our Legal 500 ranked Education team. It says "The team 'respond promptly' and 'when research is required they turn it around quickly' and 'think through challenging issues in creative ways'. William Morse 'heads the practice and focuses predominantly on employment matters. He recently advised Severn Bridges Academy Trust on its formation and conversion to a multi academy trust'."
The 2019 edition of Chambers UK recognises this team as having a 'Recognised Practitioner' for the Midlands and ranks department head John Merry in Band 4, stating "John Merry of Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors is experienced in handling major restructurings and employment policy issues. Clients say 'He provides an exceptional service and excellent advice'."
We approach employment law for employers in the manner that will best suit the client’s requirements. This may mean applying a 'least risk', a commercially practical or an aggressive approach, depending on whether a client’s priority is to minimise exposure to risk, to reach a quick resolution or to discourage further claims of a similar nature.
Whatever your requirements, whether in relation to:
Our specialist employment lawyers will be happy to assist you.
We hold Employment and HR Networking events across Shropshire and in Hereford every spring and autumn, which include presentations on employment law developments and areas of HR practice. To be included on our mailing list, please click here.
We also provide in-house training and presentations to employers and associations.
For more information regarding our services, complete our enquiry form. We are more than happy to arrange meetings at any of our offices, which are located in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford or at your premises.
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