Bowling & Co advise UK based clients and overseas employers setting up business in the UK on all employment law matters.

We bring practical expertise and experience to the management of employment law issues and regularly represent both employers and employees giving us a broader perspective. We partner with the employment specialist law firm, Davenport Solicitors, who we work closely with to provide you with expert employment advice.

Employment relations are fundamental to effective management in business today. They have far-reaching consequences for company policy and procedure, and the success and development of the employer, employee and the business at all levels. We share our clients’ commitment to, and enthusiasm for, their business and regularly advise on key areas of employment law.

We are able to advise on a broad spectrum of employment law issues but in particular have refined our expertise in:

Offering employment; contract terms and conditions
Managing employees; assessments and appraisals
Managing sickness (especially cumulative short term absence)
Disciplinary procedures
Policies (e.g. privacy and computer misuse)
Varying terms and conditions
Maternity leave, time off for family emergencies
Managing redundancy and dismissal
Controlling competition and protecting goodwill and business secrets
Unfair dismissal
Representation at tribunal hearings
Settlement agreements

We strive to resolve disputes in the best interest of our clients as fairly and quickly as possible.

Team Involved

Huseyin E. Huseyin

Huseyin E. Huseyin

Senior Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Peter Laskey

Peter Laskey

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

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