The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) is launching a new Legal Partners scheme to enhance the legal services on offer to REC members.
In addition to the existing free legal services, new paid for services including employment tribunal support, document review and tender support, as well as other commercial, corporate, property and litigation services, will now be available through the REC Legal Partners Brabners Chaffe Street LLP, and specialist debt recovery law firm, Francis Wilks & Jones LLP.
REC Head of Legal Services, Lewina Farrell says:
“We’re delighted to be working with these law firms that will provide excellent services to supplement and enhance the REC’s legal offering to members.”
Paul Chamberlain, Partner at Brabners Chaffe Street, says:
“We are delighted to have been appointed as the RECs Legal Business Partner. Our expertise in recruitment law is recognised nationally and makes us well placed to provide a comprehensive legal service which benefits both the REC and its members. We look forward to continuing to build on our relationship with the REC.”
Matthew Howat, Litigation Partner at Francis Wilks & Jones LLP, says:
“Having successfully advised the recruitment industry for many years, Francis Wilks & Jones LLP is excited to be appointed as a specialised Legal Business Partner with the REC. We look forward to sharing our experience and expertise with the REC and its members on all aspects of debt recovery and litigation, insolvency or director dispute matters.”