The team at JFH Law represent clients nationwide, and have built a reputation for hard work, integrity, and impressive court advocacy.
JFH Law provide specialist legal advice to individuals working in a business. Whether you are an employee, consultant or freelance worker, you have legal rights and our specialist employment lawyers can advise you what they are and how to enforce them. Continue reading
Establishing and maintaining effective commercial and contractual relationships is paramount in business. JFH Law’s expert lawyers in our dispute resolution team will give you clear advice as to the options available and the best strategy to deal with disputes to prevent financial and reputational damage to your business. Continue reading
Business owners, professionals, and individuals are all subject to increasingly burdensome regulation, whether from executive government agencies or independent professional bodies. At JFH Law, our experienced barristers and solicitors can provide expert, efficient and effective advice to anyone facing an investigation or prosecution by a regulatory body. Continue reading
At JFH Law, we understand the value of your professional reputation and registration, and will do everything possible to protect it, and help you to resume your career without a blemish on your record. Continue reading
At JFH Law, we understand that planning for the future is not always easy, and can be very overwhelming. Our team of specialist lawyers are on hand to assist you with your future plans, providing clear advice and a strategy for protecting loved ones and your assets in the future. Continue reading
Whether you are buying an existing business, setting up your own company, need support with managing your employees, dealing with regulatory matters or drafting … Continue reading
In this Dental Bulletin we look at two recent cases, one before the Fitness to Practice Committee of the GDC and one before the Health, Education and Social Care first tier Tribunal (‘HESC Tribunal’), and consider what lessons dental practitioners can learn from them. Continue reading
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Dental Bulletin Issue 21
In a small practice if staff members fall out this can cause a big rift in the workforce. Managing personalities, rather than issues of conduct, is not something managers like to deal with. However, if you avoid tackling this situation, it will only lead to more animosity and you could lose the respect of your employees. Here we give some practical advice for dealing with these situations and look at pre-termination negotiations as a possible solution. Continue reading