Employment Law

Whether you are dealing with a wrongful dismissal, drafting or reviewing an employment agreement, or seeking advice regarding severance packages, the workplace has great potential for disputes and legal issues. If you have ever been involved in a workplace dispute, you know that they can be extremely stressful and costly for everyone involved.

Employment law has many statutory and regulatory requirements that require specialized knowledge. Employment law includes a wide range of topics dealing with non-unionized workplaces, including constructive dismissal, human rights law, the distinction between employees and contractors, and restrictive covenants. Employment lawyers also specialize in drafting employment contracts and other important legal documents.

Whether you are an employee or employer, you have unique interests, and the right legal representation is essential. At Mackesy Smye, we understand the complexities of employment law. Our skilled team of lawyers will work closely with you and keep you informed through every step of the process.

Employment law is a Mackesy Syme area of speciality.

We will work to minimize your stress, while maximizing your results. Our legal team is committed to first seeking a settlement through negotiation or mediation. However, if your dispute goes to court, we will work hard to protect your interests and to achieve a favourable outcome.

You can relax, knowing that your interests are protected by skilled legal professionals who are working to resolve your dispute as quickly and painlessly as possible. Mackesy Smye’s team of dedicated professionals includes lawyers skilled in employment law. Do not let an unfortunate workplace dispute prevent you from having the peace of mind you deserve.

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