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Tiggy Clifford & Emma Whiting of Torque Law, specialist employment law solicitors in York

Meet Tiggy
& Emma

Tiggy Clifford and Emma Whiting are renowned specialist employment lawyers with over 30 years’ shared experience.

We make our clients’ lives easier by:

Listening to what our clients want to achieve and putting ourselves in their shoes to build long-term relationships;

Delivering quality advice without any nasty surprises on fees; and

Using our deep understanding of employment law and tactical nous to prevent employment issues from becoming an unwelcome distraction

“Hands-on, empathetic and expert, Torque Law do a truly exceptional job.”

Mike Newbould, Non-executive Director

“Easily accessible and friendly with a superb grasp of their field, you really feel they are paying attention to you and you’re not just another client.”

Gary O’Brien, Managing Director and Chartered Financial Planner, ArdentSave

Welcome to Torque Law, our multi award-winning employment law firm in York.  Take advantage of the strength of our highly focused, commercially savvy and motivated team. 

EMPLOYERS

Seamless employment law support to management teams and business owners on routine HR matters and more complex issues such as restructures and handling Employment Tribunals.

SENIOR EXECUTIVES

Pragmatic advice on your tricky employment law issues, from contract negotiations to boardroom disputes and exit packages via settlement agreements.

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS

Extensive negotiating experience providing independent legal advice on settlement agreements ensuring the best professional and personal outcome.

Specialist employment law training from Torque Law

EMPLOYMENT LAW TRAINING

Face to face, hands-on and interactive: our training programmes will equip you with key practical employment law knowledge and improved confidence to tackle HR legal issues.

And, we won’t sit on the fence

Where there are options, you’ll know about them and, as well as supporting you to understand the potential fall out of different actions, we’ll tell you what we would do in your position.

Forget the big firm price tags

Just like our advice our fees are clear and tailored to you with fixed fees, retainers and jargon free fee estimates available.

Torque LawAs businesses begin to welcome employees back to the workplace some are considering introducing COVID-19 testing. Take a look at our answers to some FAQs on the responsibilities and data protection obligations of employershttps://t.co/mzuch0W6Dt#COVID19Testing #DataProtection3 days ago
Torque LawHelpful clarification from HMRC that employers can utilise #furlough grants for employees’ notice periods https://t.co/p3Hr3K549s1 week ago
Torque LawYesterday we had another fabulous training session with the extremely knowledgable team at @Intandemcomms Lots to think about in terms of our new marketing strategy. Watch this space...#VeryExciting #TeamTorque https://t.co/m1OsA1V9wu1 week ago
Torque LawFrom today, 1 July, employers can access ‘flexible’ furlough. Staff can come back part-time and be furloughed for the rest with no minimum periods of furlough. Changes need to be agreed in writing though. Click link to read our summary of the key points:https://t.co/mccoWJeTSL1 week ago
Torque LawThe next in our 'Lockdown with Team Torque' series is from our Practice Administrator, Susan Burnett. Any one else playing the Pandemic game?#TeamTorque #Lockdown https://t.co/cd27VkXLA61 week ago
Torque LawAll ready ⁦@PairingsWineBar⁩ #TeamTorque https://t.co/BapcazaBex2 weeks ago
Torque LawReady for our virtual wine-tasting @PairingsWineBar #teamtorque https://t.co/VsWLFvp6Fc2 weeks ago
Torque LawEmma Whiting received this lovely feedback last week and we just had to share#TeamTorque #ClientFeedback https://t.co/ZM7x9D5HK02 weeks ago
Torque Law@Carroll_JJ @StBeesSchool Hi Jonathan - it’s good to see your name flash up here. Hope you’re well and still enjoying life as a lawyer, E2 weeks ago
Torque Law@StBeesSchool Bega then Lonsdale (also 87-94). Remember being envious of how close Grindal was to the village sweet shop!2 weeks ago