Fee Structure of Employment Matter (please note that all fees stated are excluding VAT and disbursements)
The timescale varies from case to case depending on complexities and the other party’s willingness to engage in the matter.
The fees stated below are subject to change depending on complexities in the matter.
- •Taking initial instructions
- •Reviewing the papers and advising on merits
- •Liaise with other party to settle the dispute
- •Liaise with Employer to settle the dispute
- • Preparing Employment tribunal claim;
- • Reviewing and advising on the claim
- • Reviewing the response from the Respondent ;
- • Exploring settlement and negotiating settlement throughout the process;
- • Preparing a schedule of loss;
- • Preparing for (and attending) a Preliminary Hearing, including instructing a counsel
- • Exchanging documents with the Respondent and agreeing a bundle of docu-ments;
- • Taking instructions to prepare witness statements, drafting statements and agreeing their content with witnesses;
- • Reviewing and advising on witness statements
- • Preparing bundles of documents for tribunal hearings;
- • Agreeing a list of issues
- • Preparation for a Final Hearing
COURT FEES AND OTHER DISBURSEMENTS
There is no court fee for submitting the claim form to the Employment Tribunal. Disbursements such as barrister fees and expert fees (if required) needs to be paid.