Company director gets £68,000 for unfair redundancy
Mr C was a director for a large company and believed he was made redundant unfairly. He wanted a good compensation claim solicitors so we took on the case – and won a significant claim!
What we did
With help from from Stonehewer Moss Solicitors, Mr C brought a claim before an employment tribunal and eventually negotiated a settlement in his favour for unfair redundancy.
Mr C was a non-executive director of an international company, which entered into redundancy consultations with a few of its staff, including Mr C. Mr C believed that the redundancy was unfair as his position remained and that his employer was simply trying to get rid of him so that a new Director could be appointed.
Our Director of Litigation at Stonehewer Moss Solicitors has day-to-day control of all contentious claims and litigated proceedings. Often working as a ‘no win no fee’ Lawyer with experience of pursuing claims to trial at a tribunal for unfair redundancy, unfair dismissal, whistle-blowing, bullying and harassment leading to constructive dismissal, disability discrimination, sex discrimination and personal injury claims before the County Courts.
The outcome of this case was that a settlement was negotiated with the former employers, and Mr C was awarded £68,000 in compensation.