Founder of Sherbornes Employment Lawyers
Associate Solicitor, Specialising in
Head of Corporate and Commercial Services
Widely acclaimed specialists in all aspects of employment law.
Sherbornes Solicitors act for employers and employees and offer all of our clients unrivalled expertise and experience, clear uncomplicated advice and a proven track record of success. We make the law work for our clients, we don’t leave the difficult decisions to them and we avoid sitting on the fence. That’s what sets us apart.
We measure ourselves by a single standard….client satisfaction.
ARCTURUS is our unique fixed price advisory service for employers giving them all the benefits of an in-house legal team, at a fraction of the cost.
Employment law is truly dynamic and ever evolving. Employment issues go to the very heart of every organisation and are often highly sensitive.
“Highly professional solicitors, timely and responsive at all times. Aligned with our business objectives.”Tim Jones
All Contents ©Copyright 2014 Sherbornes Solicitors Ltd. Sherbornes is a trading name of Sherbornes Solicitors Ltd (07516262) registered in England and Wales, registered office 4 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham GL50 3DA. Gloucestershire, Sherbornes Solicitors Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (621149) . A list of directors of the limited company is available for inspection at the registered office.
The High Court this week has issued guidance on the financial penalties for misusing employees data. It’s a reminder that employers are not free to breach the data Protection Act without cost when it comes to employees. In this case, one Police force gave personal data to another force about one of their employees.… Read more>>
Zero hours contracts are like any other contract, in that one person agrees to do work for an employer in exchange for wages. The difference is that a zero hours contract means that the employer does not have to offer any work to the employee. The advantage to employers is clear, in that they… Read more>>
The national minimum wage increased as of Saturday, 1 October. The new rates are: Age 21+ £6.95 Age 18-20 £5.55 Age 16-17 £4.00 Apprentice rate £3.40 There was no change to the National Living Wage for those aged 25 years and over. This stays at £7.20. Back to legal updates Read more>>