Tim Forer Barrister
“Tim Forer is a specialist in contentious employment matters, including advisory and advocacy work. He appears regularly in Employment Tribunal hearings and in courts martial, and offers extensive knowledge of the marine sector and its related employment issues.”
“Tim Forer is singled out for his adept handling of contentious respondent work.”
Tim is highly experienced in employment law and specialises in advocacy. He also provides practical, commercial advice to organisations. Tim is a supervisor of Employment Tribunal work amongst other matters.
Main areas of practice
He has specialised in advocacy since his earlier career with the Royal Navy as an officer and a barrister, where he regularly appeared in Courts Martial, and more recently in private practice where he represents clients at employment tribunals, including the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Seminars: Tim regularly speaks on employment law and related matters at seminars and workshops.
“He is very commercially aware and gives pragmatic advice. He is highly knowledgeable and provides great customer service.”
Articles by Tim
It's being hailed by the Government as the "largest upgrade in workers' rights in over a generation", taking forward almost all the recommendations of the Taylor Review, but are the proposed changes really as dramatic as that?
In his Budget, Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that the Government was resolved to look forward and not backwards and to produce a "balanced approach" to prepare Britain for the future.
The 'Thriving at Work' report shows shocking statistics about mental health in the workplace. Our expert, Tim Forer, looks at what businesses can do to look after the mental health of their employees'.
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