Labour and employment are one of Legalmax’s key practice areas.

Apart from advising organizations on labor/employment issues as part of M&A, business transfer and reorganization transactions, we regularly counsel clients on stand-alone labor/employment matters.

Our experience ranges from the preparation of service rules to the structuring of compensation packages, drafting of employment contracts, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, termination notices, negotiating collective bargaining contracts, retrenchment, layoffs and strikes.

We also help clients seek permissions and registrations under various labor/employment-related laws and regulations.

EMPLOYEE AND PUBLIC LIABILITY CLAIMS

LEGALMAX provide legal advice for claims made against employers where an individual has been injured on their business premise such as;

  • Shopping centers
  • Supermarkets
  • Playgrounds, parks, and gardens
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Hospitals
  • Trains
  • Buses
  • Gyms
  • Residential accidents
  • Construction sites

Employee Claims

we have extensive experience in dealing with employment law issues. In commercial terms we recognize the importance of having good employee and employer working relationships. We assist our clients to take appropriate action in order to resolve issues before an industrial relations issue arises. In doing so, we have experience in handling sensitive matters on your behalf.

We deal with all employee claims arising from dismissals, Equality issues, Pensions, Employee Share Plans, Business Transfers, Disputes and Strikes Executive Severance, Service Providers/Contractors, Employment litigation, Recruitment and Company Disputes.

We provide legal advice on all aspects of the dispute resolution process and prepare submissions and attend before Courts, the Employment Appeals Tribunal, Rights Commissioners, the Labour Court, Labour Relations Commission and Equality Officers.

Public Liability Claims

Public liability claims arise from an accident or a personal injury whilst on somebody else’s premises. The occupier of the property may be liable to pay you compensation for your accident.