SW19Lawyers is a boutique law firm based in Wimbledon, London specialising in employment law,providing cost-effective legal solutions for individuals and small to medium sized businesses. SW19Lawyers assesses client needs and responds with clear and pragmatic legal advice.
SW19Lawyers' experience in advising both employer and employee enables us to understand and anticipate both sides of legal issues arising in the workplace. Our expertise as solicitors enables us to give quality and comprehensive advice across the whole spectrum of employment law issues including the following:
LONDON, England – September 22nd 2008: Jennifer Ison and Belinda Eriksson, two ex-City solicitors, are responding to the challenges posed to traditional employment law london firms by the credit crunch ( Wimbledon ). With experiences at Freshfields, Baker & McKenzie and Norton Rose, the two have formed a new firm focusing on the issues faced by the many employees from financial services facing redundancy and other employment issues.
Based in Wimbledon, London, SW19 Employment Lawyers Wimbledon advises both employees and employers on the entire spectrum of employment law london.
“Many in financial services face difficult times and need a value-added legal service. With low overheads and highly-experienced partners, we pride ourselves on offering relevant and responsive solutions” says one of the founding partners, Belinda Eriksson.
Jennifer Ison, her co-founding partner, also points out: “City businesses are facing the prospect of having to make large-scale redundancies and other major cost reduction measures. SW19 Employment lawyers in london is the right type of employment law firm to help design and implement these plans and minimise exposures.”
With the benefit of wide and extensive experience in both private practice and in-house, Eriksson and Ison are able to understand and anticipate both sides of the legal issues that can arise in the workplace.
SW19Lawyers also helps employers address employment legal issues in the workplace by providing, for example:
Tailored in-house training for HR or legal advisers and other employees who need to be briefed and updated on any aspect of employment law
Staff Handbooks and/or policies
Outsourcing solutions for legal teams and businesses.