We’ve got heaps of experience in helping employers with HR legal matters – from day to day HR queries,
through to complex restructuring projects and Employment Tribunal claims. We also support senior executives
with their employment issues and deal with Settlement Agreements.
Whatever job we’re working on, we collaborate with our clients to work in a way which best suits them.
We won’t sit on the fence, instead we’ll talk plainly and give tailored but pragmatic advice.
We visit our clients to talk about their business and what’s important to them when taking HR legal
advice – whether that’s a strategic overview or helping them at every step of a process – whether they
want to act quickly or to minimise legal risk.
Our clients get advice from highly experienced, partner level solicitors without the big firm price tags.
We’re upfront about our charges so that we either give clear fee estimates or we work for a fixed fee.
We’ll always look to kick start the relationship with a face-to-face meeting, usually without charge, at your office or ours
An essential part of being a good business adviser, is exceptional listening skills – we’re inquisitive and enthusiastic about getting to know you and your business a whole lot better
We invest time and energy in developing strong client relationships and use that insight to deliver commercially pragmatic advice, exactly the way you want it
We’ll not only tailor our advice to set out a range of options but we will get off the fence and tell you what we’d do in your shoes
We’ll proactively maintain contact to keep you appraised of relevant developments which may affect you and your business
Torque Law collaborates with employers (both commercial and not-for-profit) of all sizes to provide HR legal support.
Torque Law has a huge amount of experience in helping directors and other senior employees with their own HR legal issues.
We have negotiated and advised upon hundreds of settlement agreements.
We provide training for business owners and managers on a wide range or HR legal matters.
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