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Employment Law


Dani Masters has more than ten years experience in Business Transformation, Project Management, Customer Service and Employment Law.  

During the COVID pandemic she found her vocation for advising SME’s and individuals in need of support and guidance, and has made it her mission to help others. She is an ambassador for a local community CIC which offers welfare support and advice to members of the community, meeting a growing need as evidenced by substantial growth over the last four years.  

People in England, Scotland and Wales are protected from discrimination by the Equality Act 2010 based on nine ‘protected characteristics’.


It is against the law to discriminate against anyone because of:

  • Age

  • Gender Reassignment

  • Being Married or in a Civil Partnership

  • Being Pregnant or on Maternity leave

  • Disability

  • Race including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin

  • religion or belief

  • Sex

  • Sexual Orientation


Discrimination can come in one of the following forms:

  • Direct Discrimination - treating someone with a protected characteristic less favourably than others

  • Indirect Discrimination - putting rules or arrangements in place that apply to everyone, but that put someone with a protected characteristic at an unfair disadvantage

  • Harassment - unwanted behaviour linked to a protected characteristic that violates someone’s dignity or creates an offensive environment for them

  • Victimisation - treating someone unfairly because they’ve complained about discrimination or harassment

How we can help: 

  • Coaching support

  • Data subject access requests

  • Case management orders

  • Without prejudice letters

  • Harassment and Discrimination Claims

  • Support at Court Hearings

  • Preparation for Case Management

  • Preliminary Hearing Assessment of your potential case

  • Schedule of Loss

  • Time limits discussions Guidance through stages of Early Conciliation

  • Support with filing an ET1

  • Mediation support and guidance

  • COT3 agreements


Justice can be costly and overwhelming; the goal is to offer support to those who need it the most. Our aim is to reduce the cost of taking your case to an Employment Tribunal by 50%.

Our fees are sensible and appropriate

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We adopt time billing, fixed fees, retainers and subscriptions. In some circumstances, clients pay over time or at the conclusion of their matter.

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