Collingwood Legal is delighted to be recognised as a Top Tier employment law firm in the legal services guide the Legal 500 for the fourth year in a row.
Don’t forget, Employment Law and HR support/advice are part of your ACAD or TICA Membership Subscription.
Employment issues can be complex. The task facing business owners of ensuring that they are complying with ever changing Employment Law has become ever more demanding.
At TICA-ACAD Employment Law and HR support is available (particularly useful to our smaller member companies) because we are committed to service excellence and to helping improve industry standards.
TICA-ACAD has entered into an agreement with Collingwood Legal, a specialist firm of employment law advisers, to provide free legal advice to TICA-ACAD members.
Members are able to contact a Collingwood Legal Advisor at any time by email.
Advice by phone or email, including the provision of basic draft documents, will then be arranged. There is no charge to members for the advice given for initial enquiries on separate issues. Any complex matters (such as advising on Employment Tribunal litigation cases, business restructuring programmes) or individual cases which require more than 30 minutes of an Adviser’s time can be dealt with by the Advisers at preferential reduced rates by agreement directly with Collingwood Legal.
How often can I use the service?
Access to the advice service is unlimited and is included as part of your TICA or ACAD subscription. Remember, there is no premium rate telephone line and no additional hourly charges for straightforward helpline enquiries. The service is subject to some limitations on members’ reasonable usage of the service and for long running and complex individual cases. The service does not cover the drafting of defences to employment tribunal claims or preparing for and providing representation for members at tribunal hearings. However, Collingwood Legal is willing to apply discounted rates and fixed fee quotes for any tribunal litigation support that members may require. Read More