Paul Roberts » Employment
Paul RobertsPartner – Solicitor – Head of Employment Department Employment
Paul joined the firm in 2006 as Head of the Employment department. He has over 20 years’ experience of employment law, originally at city law firms.
Paul specialises in all aspects of employment law, acting for both employers and employees. For employers, he advises on a full range of employment issues, including disciplinary action, grievances, TUPE, performance issues, sickness absence, redundancies and employment tribunal claims. He acts for a range of clients, including businesses, churches and charities. For employees, Paul advises on unfair dismissal and discrimination, settlement agreements and TUPE claims.
- Successfully defending claims from four employees following a TUPE transfer, including success at the Employment Appeal Tribunal
- Recovering the maximum compensatory award following the unfair dismissal of a Managing Director
- Successfully defending a claim for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination against a local school
Paul enjoys cycling, drumming and snowboarding, though not at the same time.
Jon Hardwick, Grafton International Limited
Ravinder has become an invaluable support for my company. Ravinder is excellent in a crisis – calm, clear in thought and communication, straightforward and incredibly knowledgeable in every aspect of employment law. However, Ravinder has also become a great coach … Continue reading
Lisa McLaren, Clickthrough Marketing Ltd
Paul has extensive HR experience and knowledge which has been of great benefit to our business on numerous occasions. We have always found him to be approachable and extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of employment law and HR best practice … Continue reading
Tim Harrison, Johnsons Photopia
As a member of the Keelys employment team I have dealt with Tom directly to get help and expert advice on a number of occasions, assisting with both general procedures and specific situations. That advice has been given thoughtfully, concisely … Continue reading