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About Robinson Ralph>
Robinson Ralph identified a need for an Employment Law firm that is centered around the client, creating bespoke services that suit their needs with no unnecessary frills, but instead delivering a proactive approach and most importantly, results.
how we do business
What We Do:
- Legal work of the highest technical quality, with an unrivalled overlay of real-world commercial experience
- Give robust legal, tactical and commercial advice in even the most complex situations
- Inform you of your alternatives and risks; and then advise you on your best option
- Support you, guide you and drive things through to resolve often extremely sensitive situations
- Move heaven and earth to solve problems for you so you can get on with running your business
- Stand by you until the best possible outcome is secured
What We Don't Do:
- Give you some advice and then walk away
- Go through the motions
- Sit on the fence
- List options without telling you which we think is best for you
Why use a solicitor?
Robinson Ralph provide advice on the full range of employment law issues, from supporting due diligence on a business transfer to advising on disciplinary issues. Whatever the issue, a common theme is the prospect of litigation. We want to help our clients minimise the risks involved with a Tribunal claim.
Our high level of training and continuing professional development obligations mean you can be assured of quality advice.
We also want you to be able to communicate freely with us, and us with you, so that we can give you the best advice possible. Our relationship is, of course, governed by solicitor-client confidentiality. We are highly regulated (by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority) and the solicitors’ code of conduct requires us to keep the affairs of current and former clients confidential.
But there is one other important factor that helps us give you the best advice possible, which is that communications between us and our clients are covered by “legal advice privilege” and therefore do not need to be disclosed in legal proceedings or response to data subject access requests. It is self-evident that you would not want the communications between you and your lawyer to be seen by your opponent and the court; those communications could negatively affect your prospects of success and your negotiating position.
Legal advice privilege only extends to legal advice given by a member of the legal profession, including qualified solicitors.
If you would like further information on how we can help your business, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or book a free initial no obligation chat here.