Discrimination law - fixed fee services

Stephensons' discrimination law solicitors are experts in their field, specialising in both cases brought in the civil courts and the employment tribunals for clients across the country.

We understand that in the current financial climate the prospect of paying hourly rates or uncapped fees is unaffordable to our clients.

We are therefore pleased to offer bespoke fixed fee legal advice and services at all stages of proposed or ongoing discrimination claims to our clients.

Alternatively, we are able to offer 30 minute or 60 minute fixed fee advice appointments with our specialist solicitors as follows:

  • 30 minute telephone appointment - £180 including VAT**
  • 30 minute telephone appointment with written confirmation of the matter discussed and advice provided - £270 including VAT**
  • 60 minute telephone or face to face appointment £330 including VAT**
  • 60 minute telephone or face to face appointment with written confirmation of the matter discussed and advice provided £420 including VAT**

For more information on any of our fixed price services or to arrange an appointment with one of our discrimination law specialists please call us on 0175 321 6399 or submit an online enquiry form.

** Please note that fixed fee telephone appointments do not provide for the consideration of documentation, beforehand or thereafter.

 

  • What is Workplace Discrimination? 

    If you believe you have been treated less favourably than a colleague by your employer and you believe that the reason for that less favourable treatment was in any way connected to one or more of the protected characteristics, you may be able to pursue a claim for discrimination under the Equality Act 2010.

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  • Pregnancy & Maternity Discrimination - Understanding Your Rights 

    Under the Equality Act a woman is protected from unlawful discrimination because of a current pregnancy, or less favourable treatment as a result of that pregnancy or her attempts to assert her rights of maternity within the maternity period of 26 weeks following the birth of her child or children.

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  • University Discrimination Disabled Students 

    This brief guide highlights the steps and adjustments a university should take to ensure that disabled students do not feel discriminated against during the course of their education. 

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Discrimination law staff reorder

  • Philip Richardson
  • Maria Chadwick
  • Martha McKinley
  • Rebecca Billinge
  • Adam Pennington
  • Stephen Woodhouse
  • Emma Corrie
  • Harriet Ledger
  • Gemma Wilson

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