Employment and Discrimination Tribunal and Royal Court Representation
Enforcing or defending your rights in litigation can be a stressful process.
Our team of employment lawyers will listen to you and provide advice and representation throughout the process, explaining the risks and possible benefits of litigation and maximise the likelihood of a successful outcome.
We can help you understand the law and the process, advise on and draft documentation, discuss strategies for negotiation and settlement and advocate for you in the Tribunal and Royal Court. We will keep you fully informed and explain if there are options such a right of appeal.
We regularly appear in Jersey’s Employment and Discrimination Tribunal and in the Royal Court are familiar with all aspects of the process.
My options were considered in a clear and concise manner which was reassuring at such a difficult time. All the staff were very helpful and understanding which I appreciated.
Legal 500 2022The team at Viberts are very professional and forward thinking. They are on point with current legislation changes and advise in the most appropriate way, providing exceptional support and guidance.
Legal 500 2022
You really helped me get through this episode with kindness, understanding and great professional dedication. I am so grateful to the team.
Areas of Expertise
Business Licensing, Housing and Employment Rights, Relocation
Business Sales and Reorganisation
Director Services Agreements and Directors’ Duties
Employment Contracts and Handbooks
Family Friendly Rights and Flexible Working
Managing Capability, Conduct and Sickness
Restrictive Covenants, Confidentiality and Intellectual Property
Termination of Employment: Unfair and Constructive Dismissal; Redundancy
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