The Mills & Reeve employment team is made up of 35 specialist lawyers and a strong support team. They understand the challenges that face the education sector; from advice on pensions and redundancy, to tribunals and strikes. The team give succinct and pertinent advice that will fit your individual situation.
Their comprehensive network of international contacts means that they are in the perfect position to offer support to your business if you have overseas operations. Mills & Reeve has experience in a wide variety of areas and have worked with many different clients, giving them expertise and great understanding of the commercial, health and education sectors.
The team also work closely with other specialists in areas including immigration, pensions, tax, intellectual property, data protection and privacy, so they are able to offer a full service no matter what employment issues you face.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Employee disputes, including claims of race, sex, disability and age discrimination
- Pensions scheme amends
- Hostile takeover
- Redundancy law
- Tribunal proceedings
- Mergers and corporate restructuring
- Advising on the set up and management of overseas offices and premises
Their clients include Academies Enterprise Trust, Aveva Group Plc, Aviva Plc, Baxter Healthcare Limited, Marshall Aerospace and Defence, Sepura Plc, The Law Society, The Royal Veterinary College, Virgin Care Limited, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Xaar Plc and College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London.
‘Commentators praise the firm’s measured and thoughtful advice and its ability to respond quickly as required.’ — Chambers UK
‘[Mills & Reeve] houses a premier employment law practice. Its vastly experienced lawyers continue to “deliver excellent client service”, providing “measured and thoughtful advice” with an ability to “respond as quickly as required”.’ — Chambers UK
‘Mills & Reeve LLP has ‘an excellent team with great experience’ that ‘understands the balance of risks’.’ — Legal 500
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