Labour law is one of the largest and most “alive” areas of law in the judicial practice. After all, whether you are an employer or an employee, you will always be dealing with this area of law.
Although the legal position of employers and employees may not always be foregrounded in the day-to-day business, this is likely to change as soon as a reorganization is planned, a merger is being prepared, or cuts and reductions will be implemented. In addition, when an employer and an employee are no longer capable of working together for whatever reason, all sides will want to be informed as to their legal position. At such times, assistance and support from an experienced lawyer are essential and indispensable.