The lasting effect of Covid-19 on Employment Law issues cannot be underestimated.It has generated a multitude of issues surrounding the use and abuse of the Furlough scheme and its impact on Annual Leave, Maternity and Paternity Leave. Further it has exacerbated existing issues surrounding Reasonable Adjustments and Unfair and Constructive Dismissal.
Our Employment team at Queen Square Chambers are here to assist with your case. We have fully researched these issues and are happy to provide Advice or Representation to assist you in your Claim.
Further we have written a series of useful articles available here to assist in providing initial guidance/ clarification on the Furlough issues.
Please see below how we can assist you in finding the best path forward with your case.
At an early stage we are happy to provide detailed written Advice on Prospects and the best path forward.
We also appreciate how valuable it can be to receive this Advice face to face, with an opportunity to raise queries there and then. We are happy to facilitate Zoom conferences or host socially distanced conferences in our large conference rooms where appropriate.
Our Counsel are fully adept at working digitally and are happy to receive papers through email, safe-drop and egress. We are also happy to attend Court in person when necessary and safe to do so but are experienced in CVP, Zoom and Telephone hearings.
Training regarding furlough
Our Employment team at Queen Square Chambers are happy to assist in any training requirements.
Having fully researched the issues, our Counsel have written several articles which may be of assistance in staying up to date on changes.
We are happy to provide talks and training to groups via Zoom on any specific topic. If this would be of use to you then please contact the Clerks to arrange on 0117 921 1966.
Direct access - for you or your firm
Queen Square Chambers Employment team have a range of Direct Access qualified Counsel meaning If you wish to Instruct Counsel to Advise on your case on a Direct Access basis (without using a Solicitor) we can help.
If you would like to receive Advice on the Merits of your claim, please use the Direct Access page on our website and fill in the form with the details of the matter.
One of the Clerks will then contact you to confirm if we can assist and, if we can, the available Counsel and costs will be detailed clearly, enabling you to make a decision about how you wish to proceed.