As Accredited Specialists in Business Law, Tisher Liner FC Law can provide you with employment advice and assist with the setting up of your business.

Our employment lawyers have experience in employment law matters and can review you standard employment and contractor agreements to ensure that relevant issues are appropriately addressed.

We advise both employers and employees on such matters as terms and conditions of employment, employment agreements and restraints of trade. We also have experience in employment disputes and employee complaints.

It is important that the employer-employee relationship is documented correctly for the benefit of both parties. Our employment law advice includes:

  • Drafting employment contracts
  • Negotiating terms and conditions of employment
  • Providing advice on termination of employment
  • Advising on employment disputes relating to the termination of employment
  • Litigation including unfair dismissal claims
  • Post-employment restraints
  • Redundancy advice
  • Contractor agreements

Our Experts

Principal Accredited Commercial Litigation Specialist

Simon Abraham

Simon has established a thriving commercial litigation practice and has secured exceptional results for the firm’s...
Consultant BJuris, LLB

Felicity Simpson

With over 15 years experience, Felicity has acted for a wide variety of clients, including many start ups and real...
Senior Associate LLB (Hons), PgDip

Rob Oxley

Rob’s clients include large corporations and family operated businesses The success Rob has experienced over the...
Associate BA, LLB

Samuel McMahon

Samuel is known for his practical nature, aptitude for problem solving, strong communication skills and extensive...

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