Legal services

Farore Law advise clients on sex discrimination, sexuality discrimination, sexual harassment, disability discrimination, equal pay, sexual assault, pregnancy and parental-leave related discrimination and detriment arising from any part-time or flexible working. We advise clients suffering mental illness caused by the actions of others. Once a client has provided as much information as possible, Farore Law advises clients on whether the client has legal claims in the employment tribunals and civil courts. It advises on whether instigating legal proceedings or resolving matters pre-litigation is the most appropriate step. It will advise on whether a personal injury claim arises from the treatment the client has suffered and if there are any regulatory issues to consider. Farore Law acts for claimants, or undertake independent internal investigations. We are conflict-free.

In exceptional cases we acts in race and age discrimination disputes

We do not do stand-alone unfair dismissal cases where there is no discrimination

We provide confidential reports to law firms and barristers chambers on internal diversity matters.

Whether you have been mistreated as an employee/worker, partner/member within partnerships/LLPs, as a student within an academic institutions, or by your regulatory bodies, your Chambers or any public service provider, Farore Law will advise you on the crucial first steps, any formal complaint, and whether and where any legal claim might best be brought. We will advise you on, and act for you in, claims in employment tribunals and the civil courts, including personal injury claims. Farore Law will also advise clients on whether an injunction is appropriate in order to prevent harassment or dismissal in cases involving sex discrimination. If you have suffered mental illness as a consequence of the actions of others, Farore Law can advise you on the best next steps for you. 

Farore Law also undertake independent investigations services in its specialist fields.

We want to give you the best possible service, However, if at any point you become unhappy or concerned about the service we have provided then you should inform us immediately, so that we can do our best to resolve the problem. If you would like to make a formal complaint then you can read out full complaints procedure here /sandbox/murantigroup/farore_law__client_complaints_procedure.pdf. This document outlines the formal procedure and also provides you with details on how to contact the Legal Ombudsman. In the event that you are unhappy with our behaviour you may complain to the Solicitors Regulation Authority which deals with misconduct allegations.




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Phone: 020 7769 6855
Address: Central Court, 25 Southampton Buildings, London, WC2A 1AL

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