Advice and guidance to suit all your employment law needs from ground up strategic advice and planning, to crisis intervention and management.
We collaborate with employers of all sizes, business owners and HR professionals to provide seamless and bespoke employment law support from contracts and handbooks, through to HR queries, restructures and handling Employment Tribunal claims.
We take the time to understand our clients’ needs and priorities. This means that, wherever we can and without any charge, we will arrange an introductory meeting virtually or on-site and will also offer to attend board or senior management meetings periodically – that way we really get to understand how you work, what is going on in your business, your goals and what makes you tick.
We can provide a cost effective in-house advisory service for those clients who need more strategic input from us, as well as helpline and retainer-style arrangements for those needing ad hoc advice.
We undertake four main types of work for employers:
Day-to-day HR legal advice
We provide clear and pragmatic advice on day-to-day employment law matters such as disciplinary and grievance issues, managing sickness absence and family leave entitlements. We also prepare and review key employment documentation including employment contracts, policies and handbooks to ensure they’re legally compliant, and are fit for purpose.
Large & complex issues
Experts in project managing more complex HR legal issues, we can support you by freeing up your time to manage your business. We can deal with everything from ending an employment relationship (including negotiated exits and settlement agreements) to restructuring, redundancies and TUPE transfers.
Employment Tribunal Claims
We can help lessen the pain an Employment Tribunal claim can cause by working with you, from the first contact through ACAS to a final Employment Tribunal hearing. We’ll advise you about the strength of your defence and tactical considerations.
We are transparent on our fees too, providing detailed estimates of each stage of a Tribunal claim. View our Employment Tribunal guide to fees here.
We understand the importance of cost certainty and have developed fixed pricing menu options. In every case, the documents we prepare will be tailored to your business.
"Keen to understand our needs and talk our language, whilst also managing our expectations, Tiggy's advice is jargon free, grounded and always focused on our end game."
— Head of HR
Tiggy Clifford Partner & Specialist Employment Law Solicitor
"Knowledgeable, flexible and highly responsive... I felt very well supported and equally confident in both her legal advice as well as her ability to ensure a good outcome for everyone. Always focused, practical and positive, Emma is fantastic and has a refreshingly pragmatic approach.”
Emma Whiting Partner & Specialist Employment Law Solicitor
"I asked Emma for a quick resolution and she met my challenge with a high degree of professionalism, efficiency and commitment. Definitely someone (and a law firm) that I will recommend in the future."
— Senior Executive
Emma Cousins Associate & Specialist Employment Law Solicitor
Described by clients as being “quick to get to the heart of a problem”, providing “clear-thinking, razor-sharp advice” and having a “practical and pragmatic approach”.
Tom Watkins Consultant Employment Law Solicitor
"Thank you very much for your kind support throughout this situation."
"Lawyers who tell you what you can’t do are easy to find. I value legal professionals who can cut to the chase and give me clear practical advice, telling me what I can do, how and when to achieve the best outcome. Torque Law are to be prized."
Keith Chapman, Independent Chairman and Member, Institute for Turnaround
"Torque Law support us in the development of our policies, contracts and day-to-day employment matters. I really appreciate their pragmatic and practical approach, there’s no jargon. They’re easy to get hold of and are hugely approachable with a friendly style. We work in partnership and it works really well for us."
Jennie Walton, Chief Culture Officer, Belmont Green Finance Ltd