Langton Hudson Butcher
Labour and employment
Work highlightsActed for Mary Schollum and Jonathan Hastings in a labour and employment case against Corporate Consumables, in which Corporate Consumables refused to include Mary Schollum and Jonathan Hastings’ commission when calculating their pay.
“Expertise in employment advice, friendly and professional lawyers who act in a timely manner.” – Dispute resolution
“The firm were very thorough and professional. They showed aggression when it was required and restraint when necessary in what was a very public and complicated matter. Ultimately our lawyer's better knowledge of the law and material created the environment, which led to our ability to settle the matter without public and messy litigation.” – Labour and employment
“Readily available and understandable advice. Clear guidance as to process required in order to obtain optimal outcome for all concerned. Suggested options and risks involved with various strategies.” – Labour and employment
“Very detailed knowledge of case law and the interpretation of the holiday pay act. Cases referenced in documents prior to court and in court were obviously well understood and they were discussed with confidence with the judge when we were in court.” – Dispute resolution
“Langton Hudson is a delight to work with - they respond to queries in a timely manner, and in fact make themselves available if it is urgent. There technical advice is always spot on; they understand our business, our cultural aspirations and our risk appetite.” – Dispute resolution