Employer disputes

As an employer, your company or your business is your livelihood and a significant investment. When there is a dispute about employment in the workplace, it can be complex, time-consuming and financially damaging.

It’s important for you to ensure you are protected and that’s where powerful litigation makes a difference.

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Are you involved in a dispute with an employee?

Employment is generally the most significant factor in relation to a person’s finances and standard of living. For employers, it is also one of the most expensive parts of running a business. No one ever wants to find themselves in a position where they need an employment lawyer.

If an employment dispute arises, it can be an emotional and financially stressful situation for all involved.  With the possibility for significant awards for damages, you will likely need a skilled and experienced lawyer to represent you and your best interests.

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Who we can help

For employers, employment law in Australia can be especially difficult to navigate. Gibbs Wright has the experience to provide legal advice on your rights and obligations to help resolve any employment dispute.

Our firm represents employers in a wide range of employment matters; no case is too small, too big or too complex for our lawyers to take up the fight. Each and every client receives the same level of attention and dedication, whether they are an individual or one of the nation’s biggest companies.

Call Gibbs Wright today for a free initial consultation with one of our experienced litigation lawyers to discuss your dispute and explore your options.

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Workplace law is governed by Commonwealth laws, including the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), but more often than not, there are protections contained in state legislation, such as the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (Qld) and the Industrial Relations Act 2016 (Qld).

If you need to mediate or need help to negotiate in a dispute with an employee, Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers can help. Our employment lawyers may be able to represent you in conciliation conferences, application hearings and trials (sometimes subject to approval) in:

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Why us

Why choose Gibbs Wright Litigation Lawyers

At Gibbs Wright, our employment lawyers have extensive experience in handling all types of employment matters, including unfair dismissal, discrimination claims and  contract disputes. Whether you are a small or large employer, we have the skills and experience necessary to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

  • Commercially viable outcomes
  • Dedicated litigation firm
  • Outstanding client satisfaction
  • High success rate
  • Direct contact with your lawyer
  • Brisbane-based litigation team

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New bookings are complimentary for a limited time and are subject to approval.

  • Confidential discussion with a litigation lawyer
  • Limited review of relevant materials
  • Meet via Zoom or by phone

*Complimentary consultations are reserved for disputes over $250,000 and are subject to approval.