mpm legal is a niche employment law firm. Our practice was created out of an awareness of the changes that are taking place within the legal market, and a willingness to commit to a level of service and value that the current and future markets require.
All of our lawyers are specialists, and we undertake only employment law advice. This allows us to ensure that we are focused on resolving your employment law issues in a way that is both cost effective and consistent with current best practice and thinking.
We are not constrained by convention, nor management committees that might otherwise make our approach to our work more difficult than it needs to be. Simply, we like to work with employers of all sizes, and are free to do so in a manner which is most suitable both in terms of our approach to charging, and the way in which we deliver our advice. We won’t baffle you with legal jargon, nor complicate a simple issue. Rather, we establish at the outset the outcome that our clients seek, and then work with them within the law to achieve their expectations.
We are aware of the ever increasing pressures imposed on legal budgets, and not only provide additional value with our aggressively priced fees, but also offer value add services such as manager training and support.
We think our clients benefit from the type of service that we offer, and would like to do the same for you.
We advise our clients on the full spectrum of employment law. This includes advice in relation to:
- Collective employee consultation such as TUPE and redundancy
- Compromise agreements
- Contracts of employment and executive service agreements
- Consultancy agreements
- Data protection
- Discrimination and equal opportunities
- Drafting policies, procedures and staff handbooks
- Equal pay
- Fixed term contracts
- Flexible working
- Handling disciplinary/grievance procedures
- Management of sickness absence
- Management of the process that could result in dismissal of an employee
- Minimum wage
- Part time working
- Parental rights
- Performance management
- Representation in the employment tribunal and the courts
- Restrictive covenants
- Secondment agreements
- Unfair dismissal
- Working time issues
- Workplace monitoring