Employment Law, HR & Data Protection Specialists
Providing expert Employment Law, HR and Data Protection advice to businesses
We act for businesses, charities, senior executives and employees across a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, professional and financial services, retail, leisure and tourism, healthcare, education, and the public sector.
Clients instruct us because we’re niche Employment, HR, and Data Protection Lawyers. We steer clear from complicated and unnecessary legal jargon and focus our attention on protecting our clients’ interests and obtaining the best possible outcome for them.
We offer a range of transparent pricing options, including hourly rates, fixed fees and annual retainers. When it comes to legal costs, we believe that there should be no hidden surprises.
We’re based in North and West Yorkshire and the majority of our clients come from York, Leeds, Bradford and their surrounding areas. However, the strength of our reputation means that we also represent clients throughout England and Wales.
Why choose us?
We’re specialist Employment, HR & Data Protection Lawyers
Our Solicitors have over 40 years’ worth of combined experience
Our lawyers’ legal expertise has been recognised by the prestigious Legal 500 Guide
We offer a transparent range of pricing options including hourly rates, fixed fees and annual retainers
We steer clear from complicated and unnecessary legal jargon
We act for businesses, organisations and individuals across Yorkshire and throughout the UK
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Midway between Halifax and Huddersfield and close to Leeds.
Also serving Wetherby, Malton and Scarborough.
Also convenient for Leeds & Bradford.