TRIBUNALS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Here at Harwood Law, we specialise in Employment Tribunal work as well as dispute resolution. We are regularly instructed on complex multi-day cases for both Claimants and Respondents and take great pride in the expertise that we provide to our clients.

Barry has been recognised in the top Legal 500 for the last few years for his employment law expertise and has also featured in Chambers and Partners.

Mediation is also a key aspect of the work that we do here at Harwood Law. It is a much cheaper and less stressful alternative to Tribunals, and often the working relationship is salvaged through simply negotiating and talking about the issues with an independent third party. If this is something that you feel you can benefit from, then do not hesitate to contact us.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

“Having worked closely with Barry for a number of years, I can highly recommend his services.
Barry is a natural in finding that hidden detail in cases and as we know “the devil is in the detail” and so you will not go wrong should you instruct Barry!”.

Ruth Deakin / Legal Executive and Director of Optimal Employment Law Limited

“I had Barry as an opponent in a case that was daunting in scale and which placed particular pressures on him as he was representing a client who was vulnerable.
Barry handled it all with an impressive mix of compassion, insight and determination to do the very best for his client.”

Sean Jones / QC

“Barry is an excellent dedicated colleague who puts his heart and soul into all of his endeavours. His legal skills, knowledge and experience as an employment law barrister are well documented and he is a well-respected member of both the legal and academic community, and as an experienced board member in his varied positions.”

Ruth Sutton / Barrister and Associate Professor of Law, University of Chester

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