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Regardless of the size of your business, you will be affected by the law relating to the employment of your staff. As a result of the ever-changing nature of law in this field, it is imperative that you receive accurate and commercially sound advice as quickly as possible.
We will use negotiation and conciliation to reach the most amicable and commercially sensible resolution possible, but when this is not possible, we can ensure that you are properly and fully armed to take on any dispute that arises.
We pride ourselves on providing a holistic commercial service to our clients and the ability of our Employment Team to work closely with our Corporate/Commercial and Dispute Resolution Teams means that our clients really do get the best service possible at a commercially justifiable cost. Despite having employment related cover as part of their business insurance, our clients consistently choose to instruct us to deal with their employment issues as they feel more confident that the matter will be handled in accordance with their specific requirements.
Our style is to establish a close working relationship with our clients so that we know the business and understand its needs. This allows us to be on-hand to assist with problems as they arise as opposed to being called in to try to rescue an already problematic situation. Our advice is tailored to the needs of our clients. Our employment lawyers are commercial lawyers and this is reflected in their commonsense and proactive approach.
We're here to help. Speak to us about any of the following, or get in touch to talk to us about something specific:
Corporate & Commercial
Estates, Trusts & Wills
Family & Divorce
Our team has a wealth of experience in providing legal advice to businesses and individuals on an array of issues.
Find out more about our experts, or get in touch to speak to us directly.
Phone: 01792 656519
Year joined DJM: 2012
Qualifications: Sheraz graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Law in 2003.
Specialist Area: Corporate & Commercial
Prior to joining DJM Sheraz was previously with a large Commercial firm based in Cardiff and has dealt with an extensive corporate client base situated both in the UK and internationally. Sheraz has been involved in transactions of varying size and complexity the largest of which was a disposal with a value of £80 million.
During his career to date Sheraz has dealt with numerous acquisitions, disposals, MBO’s, investments, share schemes, restructures, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, LLP agreements and commercial agreements.
Sheraz also has vast experience in dealing with medical and health-care organisations.
Interests: Spending time with family, motorcycling, cycling, football, boxing and travel
Phone: 01792 656522
Year joined DJM: 2011
Qualifications: Having grown up and educated in Pembrokeshire, Aaron graduated from University of Wales, Aberystwyth with a Law Degree LL.B (Hons) 2:1. Aaron then undertook a Masters in Commercial Law at Cardiff University, passing with distinction, followed by successfully completing the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Chester in 2009.
Specialist Area: Having worked in the North West of England for two large national commercial law firms, Aaron joined the firm in 2011 as a Trainee Solicitor. Since then Aaron has qualified as a solicitor within our Corporate & Commercial department. Aaron advises on all employment issues facing employers, ranging from contentious tribunal claims to general employment queries, TUPE transfers and redundancies. Aaron is an advisor for our Employment Protection Scheme and welcomes speaking and meeting any existing or new clients who are interested in protecting themselves from unwanted employment issues.
Interests: Outside DJM, Aaron enjoys socialising with friends, sports, music and walks on the beach!
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