Legal 500 success for “first-class” QSFJG Employment team
12 October 2012 by James Burkett
The Employment team at Essex and London based solicitors QualitySolicitors FJG have been ranked within the top two tiers of the 2012 edition of the prestigious Legal 500 UK directory.
With employment law prevalent in the UK news at the moment due to the Government’s Automatic pension enrollment scheme, the Legal 500 rankings are more important than ever for both businesses and individuals. The rankings give reassurance that you can find a solicitor guaranteed to provide you with a top rate service, as recommended by one of the country’s top legal directories, so you can be sure of your choice whenever you or your business is in need of legal advice.
Reporting on the employment team at QS FJG, the Legal 500 states that the team provides “first-class, practical and clear advice to both claimants and respondents, and handles high-value claims, non-contentious regulatory work and immigration cases”. Head of team solicitor Beth Baird is personally recommended and the team provides an increasingly strong choice for anyone who might need advice or clarification on any employment issues.
James Burkett, Partnership member at QS FJG said: “To be ranked as a tier two firm in the Legal 500 is a fantastic achievement by the employment team and one that reflects the level of expertise and client care that we provide. Clients know that they will receive the highest level of service when they instruct us and we look forward to strengthening our service ever more moving forward. We are ready to help over the next 18 months and beyond with business of all sizes who may need legal help relating to areas as vital as auto-enrolment and other employment matters.”.
Pictured (l-r): Beth Baird and Cate Hammett.
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