Employers

David has over 25 years experience of providing employers with focused Expert Employment Legal Advice aimed at protecting them and reducing their exposure to employment/HR related risk.

“AS WELL AS HAVING ACTED FOR EMPLOYERS FOR OVER 25 YEARS I ALSO ACT FOR EMPLOYEES SO I KNOW ALL THE STRATEGIES AND TACTICS THEIR LAWYERS USE AND HOW TO DEFEAT THEM”
David Greenhalgh, Employment Solicitor

For immediate assistance with your employment law issue, please call David now on 0203 603 2177 or Click To Make A Free Online Enquiry.

 

 

David’s specialisms include post-termination restrictions and injunctions, defending tribunal claims, exit tactics, disciplinary action and workplace investigations. He is currently working with employer clients from the insurance, media, professional services and fund management sectors on various matter including their Covid-19 related issues including return to work, health and safety and redundancy planning.

David created new employment law in the landmark Sunrise Brokers v Rodgers case in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.  The case was about whether the employer could hold a departing employee to their notice period and post termination non-compete restriction without having to pay the employee.

Examples of recent work

Examples of David’s recent work for employers:-

  • advising on getting staff back to work and flexible working
  • planning and providing guides and necessary letters for redundancy & restructuring
  • threatening action for breach of post-termination restrictions
  • assessing merits and value of threatened employment tribunal claims
  • advising on exiting of CEOs, MDs, CPO, HRD, CFO and resulting settlement agreement negotiations
  • advising on dealing with a grievance raised during disciplinary proceedings
  • planning and scoping out a workplace investigation

Over the years David’s expertise as a specialist employment lawyer has been recognised in both leading independent guides to the UK legal profession.

For immediate assistance with your employment law issue, please call David now on 0203 603 2177 or Click To Make A Free Online Enquiry.

Simon Turner
26/04/2022
I would not hesitate to recommend David to anyone needing advice on employment law.
Charlotte Henderson
26/04/2022
If you are looking for the best then look no further. David provides honest and trustworthy advice that is easy to digest.
Ali Goodman
26/04/2022
Having worked with him for many years I can strongly recommend David as a leading employment lawyer.
Wayne DAVIES
26/04/2022
David is a great employment lawyer and an exceptional professional. I would highly recommend David.
Martin Lovelock
26/04/2022
David gives clear, expert advice on all employment matters.
Sarah Williams
27/10/2020
Superb, realistic, jargon-free, employment law advice. I'd have no hesitation to recommend David Greenhalgh to employees or employers, and indeed have done with other colleagues benefiting from his specialist employment law experience. He is commercially-focused and gives practical advice to solve employment issues. He's professional, responsive and works quickly.

Employer Guides

Guide to Responding to Allegations of Criminal Acts
Guide to Responding to Allegations of Criminal Acts

David has acted for a number of employers dealing with complaints about alleged actions by their employee which if proven would amount to criminal acts.

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Guide to Dealing with Workplace Harassment
Guide to Dealing with Workplace Harassment

Harassment claims represent a big risk to employers because of the uncapped compensation available but also in terms of reputation damage (particularly so due to #MeToo).

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Guide to Diarising Unfair Dismissal
Guide to Diarising Unfair Dismissal

Calculating exact dates for HR purposes can be of crucial importance if claims are to be avoided.

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Guide to Monitoring Employees
Guide to Monitoring Employees

Employee monitoring is often used in order to gather evidence of misconduct prior to a disciplinary meeting.

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