We make work less complicated
We help untangle the full spread of employment, pensions and immigration issues, for a broad range of businesses, organisations, owners, and executives as well as actuaries and trustees.
These areas of legal advice are constantly changing, but we use our exceptional breadth and depth of expertise to ensure our clients receive the personalised advice they need to manage risks and realise the opportunities in their people strategies.
Why work with us?
Our technical pre-eminence is secondary to how we relate to you and your needs. We are client and people centric. We listen. We are values driven. We work collaboratively inside and outside the firm, sharing skills, knowledge and ideas. This helps us see the bigger picture and deliver to this high standard. We solve your problems with small, purpose built teams, aiming to be trusted as an extension of your own team.
We have an international presence with our European base in Paris and a strong wider network, so our problem-solving easily crosses borders. We regularly work with other service providers to provide joined up solutions.
We are told that we stand out for advice on larger scale and/or more strategic projects and on brand reputation issues. We’re valued for our ability in discreetly working on executive issues, guiding boards, committees and leaders through complex and sensitive situations.
News & Insights
Modern Slavery: an update from the UK government
The UK government recently published the 2019 UK Annual Report on Modern Slavery.
Covert monitoring employees by CCTV did not violate right to privacy
An article about the recent European Court of Human Rights decision on CCTV monitoring versus the employees’ Convention right to privacy.
NDAs – an update following publication of the EHRC guidance
When should employers take legal advise on how to use confidentiality agreements (non-disclosure agreements) legitimately?
The menopause - can business afford to ignore the potential productivity loss of 14 million days a year?
It is clearly in the interests of business to retain the talent and experience of those working women who are dealing with the menopause.