Expansion for GAD LLP
Gregory Abrams Davidson has revealed it is expanding its client service portfolio offering Employment Law and HR advice...
The Employment Law Department will be headed up by Neeta Laing, who brings a wealth of experience and know-how to the firm. Only last month, Neeta was featured in the Top 175 UK Solicitors in the Sunday Times as voted for by independent consumers.
Gregory Abrams, senior partner at GAD said:
"We're really pleased to welcome Neeta to the firm. Employment law is one of the fastest changing areas of law. By having Neeta’s expertise on board, we can now offer our clients proactive and practical legal support in this field and it will complement our already established corporate services.
"Neeta will be based at GAD’s Speke Road office but will provide the employment law and HR service to all of our offices and clients both in Liverpool and London.
"At certain points in life, the majority of us as individuals would benefit from expert help with complex issues at work such as redundancy, discrimination and disciplinary matters. For commercial clients, we can offer guidance on the worries of compliance with employment law but with a commercial edge so that businesses can then focus on running the business. To have respected and trusted expert advice will make all the difference. We can assist on the whole spectrum of employment law and HR matters."
GAD's offering now includes Contracts of Employment, Office Policies and Procedures, Staff Handbooks, Disciplinary and grievance matters, Discrimination issues, Equality and diversity at work, Absence management, Employment tribunals, Performance management, Redundancy, Settlement agreements, Employment law and HR training, Working time and time off from work.
All further enquiries can be addressed to Neeta on 0151 494 0777or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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