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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 recognise that if you need a lawyer, you want reliable and consistent access to someone who will take ownership of your problem and always be there for you. We understand that complex employment problems aren’t confined to standard working hours and nor is our help and support. We go into battle on your behalf with practical, uncomplicated advice and a clear plan for success.

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Sherbornes Solicitors are proud to be Official Legal Partner & Appointed Solicitor of Gloucester Rugby


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Sherbornes Solicitors are recognised in specialist areas of The Legal 500 and Chambers Partner

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 Need To Carry Out Right To Work Checks

    For those that don’t know, before employing a person you must check that they have the legal right to work in the UK. You do this by checking original copies of appropriate documents, taking copies of those documents and recording the date of the check. If the individual has a time limited right to work,… Read more>>

  • Working Time When On Stand By

    A European Court ruling, binding on UK courts has ruled that stand by time, even if the worker is at home, is working time for the purposes of the Working Time Regulations, if the worker is not free to come and go as they please. Read More Read more>>

  • Redundancy: The Need To Bump Employees

    A case this month has focused on the need to consider bumping a safe employee out of a business in favour of giving his or her job to a redundant employee. The advice is to always consider the question, even if you don’t then bump anyone out. Read More Read more>>

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