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Unfair-Dismissal-Advice.com is run by a team of commercially-minded employment lawyers based in London dedicated to providing practical legal services in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Bringing employment claims on behalf of employees is one of the specialist services we provide. The services are provided by Silverman Sherliker LLP Solicitors, a firm based in the City of London.

The Team

Unfair Dismissal solicitor Nicholas Lakeland London Nicholas Lakeland - LLP Partner. Nick has acted in many claims on behalf of employees and employers and dealt with claims arising from a very wide range of subject matters and industries. Nicholas has been involved in a number of reported cases including Reiner Moritz Associates Ltd -v- Carter [EAT] ICR 1997 and is often asked by the Media to comment cases being fought in the Employment Tribunals.
Martin Donoghue London Lawyer Unfair Dismissal Expert Martin Donoghue - LLP Partner. Martin advises employers and employees from a wide range of industries on a wide range of employment matters. He has been involved in several important employment law cases, including Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust v (1) Prison Officers Association, (2) R Adams and 716 Others (EAT 757/02) and Pervez v Macquarie Bank Ltd (London Branch) and Macquarie Group Ltd. (2011) IRLR 284.
Victoria Russell UK Solicitor wrongly dismissed expert Victoria Russell - LLP Partner. Victoria is adept at drafting and advising clients on a broad range of employment contracts, including directors’ service agreements and restrictive covenant issues, employment policies and Compromise Agreements.
Dilini Loku Constructive Dismissal Specialist Dilini Loku - Solicitor. Dilini handles a wide range of employment work both advisory and contentious including compromise agreements, employment contracts, employment policies, grievance matters, restrictive covenants and Employment Tribunal litigation.