JFH Law is amongst the first Legal Disciplinary Partnerships to be formed in Britain. Founded by Julia Furley, a barrister with over ten years experience at the Independent Bar, and John Howey, a solicitor who has previously worked for top criminal law practices in London, our range of expertise means we are best placed to provide the highest level of representation from the start to the finish of your case. JFH Law are dedicated to providing a professional, yet accessible service, being sensitive to our clients' individual needs. We provide expert representation in criminal defence, road traffic, extradition, employment and immigration law.
- London and the southeast
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JFH Law’s dedicated employment law department understands how effective and robust advice is essential to everyone involved in business.
Our specialist employment solicitors have been advising both corporate clients and individuals on employment law matters for a number of years. We provide practical advice, and solutions or strategies for dealing with all your employment law requirements.
At JFH Law, we understand that sometimes those relationships falter, and when they do, you need to act quickly to ensure that your business does not suffer. Resolving business disputes in a timely and cost-effective manner, with minimal risk is our primary commercial focus. 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.
We recognise that court action will not always be the appropriate resolution, and our specialist lawyers will try wherever possible to resolve issues without the need for litigation. We will assist you with alternative dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation, wherever possible.
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John Howey is a senior solicitor and founding partner of JFH Law. John qualified in 1999 and spent many years as a partner in a top London law firm before establishing JFH Law in 2010. John advises businesses and individuals in relation to regulatory law, with a particular focus on quasi-criminal proceedings, including environmental offences, health and safety prosecutions and corporate manslaughter. John's meticulous case preparation ensures that his clients receive the highest level of service, as well as clear, pragmatic advice throughout the case.
Laura Pearce is a senior solicitor at JFH Law advising businesses, dental practices, individuals and dentists on a wide range of matters, including employment law, HR issues, contracts, consumer and commercial disputes, professional disciplinary and regulatory including CQC inspections. Laura offers advice and assistance at all stages of a dispute. Whether you have initial concerns and queries or need advice on procedures or merits. She can provide practical solutions to resolve or deal with your problem, including help negotiating resolutions.
At JFH Law, we understand that planning for the future is not always easy, and the temptation to postpone decision making to another day can be overwhelming. However, for individuals with family responsibilities and businesses or assets to protect, this simply isn't an option. If you are concerned about your own, or a loved one's ability to act independently due to ill health or injury, we are able to advise on creating a lasting power of attorney (LPA), or how to protect a person's finances, welfare, and health through the Court of Protection.
When litigation cannot be avoided our experienced team of solicitors and barristers can represent you through the duration of any civil litigation, ensuring that you receive a comprehensive and cost effective service. The dispute resolution team at JFH Law has expertise in advising companies and individuals on all aspects of contractual issues and disputes. We deal with disputes relating to all types of commercial contracts including issues relating to payment and financial obligations, agency and distribution, and sale, delivery, and hire of goods.
If you have been offered a settlement agreement from your employer you need to act quickly to ensure your rights are protected; this will involve seeking the advice of a lawyer. The good news is that employers will often contribute towards the legal costs of seeking advice on the terms and effect of the settlement. In most circumstances, this fee will cover advising on the agreement as well as advice on your claims, so you can consider the reasonableness of the offer on the table. A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract between you and your employer which settles any current claims and/or prevents you from pursuing any claims in the future.
We continually monitor the service we provide because we understand that client feedback is often the best indicator of success. As a specialist employment and dental law firm, we are always grateful to clients who take the time to tell us when we have met and exceeded their expectations. Our lawyers concentrate on particular market sectors, which allows us to have real and meaningful expertise. As a leading specialist employment and dental law firm, we value long term relationships with our clients and know that this can only be achieved by providing an exemplary service.