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GILES WILSON IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS and continues to operate in complete compliance with the government’s latest guidance. While our preferred method of conducting appointments is via phone or video call, we are able to make allowances for in-person consultations, in-keeping with social distancing rules. Read more on our dedicated COVID-19 page.

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Employment Solicitors

Working to protect your interests

It's a fact of life that employers and employees don't always get along, but it shouldn't mean a costly legal affair when it happens. At Giles Wilson we'll work tirelessly to resolve any employment issue you have, regardless of which side of the desk you sit on.

At Giles Wilson, we work with a variety of clients and we know that employees and employers don't always see eye-to-eye. We understand the pressures experienced by both parties and our friendly and motivated team are experienced in finding appropriate solutions where relevant. They'll work with you to completely understand the nature of your case, your perspective and the result you want. And if your case proceeds to tribunal, they can represent you, so you can rest assured that your view is being fought for by a solicitor you trust.

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Read Our Latest Blog Posts on Employment

Roy Daby

Pimlico Plumbers Court Case: Should self-employed contractors be entitled to workers’ rights?

General Civil Litigation, Workplace Disputes, Employment Law

A recent case against Pimlico Plumbers ruled that a self-employed plumber was entitled to rights that are usually reserved for workers, which has sparked debate over the entitlements of contracted individuals. In this article, our commercial solicitor Roy Daby discusses the key tests on employment status and the implications of this case.

Jun 27th 2018, 14:55 by Roy Daby

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Awards & Recognitions

The expertise of our solicitors is regularly recognised by some of the profession’s most distinguished organisations. As well as being a member of a number of Law Society schemes, we have won awards at the Law Society Excellence Awards, the Halsbury Legal Awards and the Modern Law Awards. We have also received recognition in the form of the Lexcel mark of quality, a Legal 500 listing and a place on the shortlist of The Lawyer’s Boutique Firm of the Year.

Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson
Awards and Recognitions of Giles Wilson