Employment & HR Services

CJCH’s employment team are highly experienced and skilled in all aspects of employment law and the provision of HR legal services.

We act for a wide range of employers from SMEs to household name companies, universities and public sector organisations. We form in-depth personal relationships with our clients to enable us to become an extension of your business and internal HR function.

We take the time to understand your business as well as the aims and outcomes you want and need to achieve.  We then advise you on all your available options and provide high quality, strategically effective advice at every step of the process.

Our efficient, and cost-effective services can be delivered on a retainer or fixed cost basis to suit your operational preferences and budgetary needs.

Employment law is rapidly changing and developing as a result of frequently altering legislation and case law. All employers need to be up to date with these changes to prevent unnecessary cost, adverse publicity and damage to your business.

We will provide you with all the specialist advice you need to ensure compliance and minimise risk.

Sound like the kind of expertise and added value you need to help you manage and control the personnel aspects of your business?  Good – we’re on the same page already.

Our Team

  • Nigel Daniel

    Nigel has over 25 years experience in Employment Law, and has been part of the CJCH team since 2012. Nigel specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment matters including industrial relations, TUPE transfers, partnerships, shareholder agreements, internal disciplinary proceedings, contracts of employment and settlement agreements in addition, Nigel had four years as a trades union solicitor which gave him valuable experience in advising companies in trade union matters.

  • Max Wootton

    Max is a Solicitor at CJCH and specialises in Employment Law as well as Debt Recovery and Civil Litigation, advising and representing both individual and corporate clients.

  • Myles Thomas

    Myles became a specialist researcher in Anti-Piracy and Licence Compliance after joining CJCH in 2016. He now performs the role of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) liaison for the Firm and is responsible to the Firm’s alignment to data protection and compliance legislation.