Employment law is one of the most complex and fast moving areas of law, with changes coming from the UK and Europe by way of legislation and case law. Seeking early legal advice can prove vital to protecting and advancing your commercial interests.
The Davidson Chalmers Stewart Employment & HR Team has extensive experience advising employers and employees alike, so understands both sides of any issue. We’ll work in partnership with you to resolve your employment issues in a practical and commercial way that quickly meets your objectives.
Recruitment and selection.
Tribunal / Court representation.
Employment contracts and associated issues.
Contracts for senior management.
Severance packages and arrangements.
Disciplinary & Grievance procedures.
We also assist businesses with employee relations and industrial action issues and the problems and opportunities presented by the unprecedented boom of social media in the workplace.
In all cases our employment lawyers aim to support our clients in achieving their goals in a commercial and proactive way.
Employment & HR Experience in the Following Sectors:
Davidson Chalmers Stewart has been closely involved with young growing companies and their investors for many years. Indeed the majority of our client base is and always has been drawn from the SME family-owned or owner-managed business sector across Scotland.
The Davidson Chalmers Stewart Charities Team acts for charities and other social enterprises both locally and nationally. We realise the need of such organisations for sound commercial advice. Our team of solicitors is drawn from across the firm and provide significant experience and expertise.
A typical law firm? Not really. But a partner for the people and businesses we work with? Absolutely.
Our determination to do things a better way is nothing without our clients. So if you like what you see and think we’d make a good team, let’s talk. Pick up the phone and call us direct or make specific enquiries to our individual email addresses across the website. Alternatively use the form to submit general questions and comments.