Phil Mitchell specialises in Employment Law, Limited Licences, Traffic and Criminal Law.
Charles McGuinness specialises in Employment Law, Health and Safety, and Limited Licences.
As experienced Wellington Lawyers Phil and Charles will energetically assist you with your legal difficulties.
Phil or Charles handle cases involving:
- Employment disputes and issues including;
- Personal grievances involving unjustified and unfair dismissals
- Restructuring and redundancy;
- Performance management;
- Employment investigations;
- Disciplinary procedures and proper processes;
- Medical incapacity;
- Workplace health and safety;
- Unjustified disadvantage claims;
- Employment agreements and workplace policies;
- Drug testing;
- Workplace bullying and harassment issues;
- Negotiation and enforcement of employment agreements;
- Restraints of trade and protection of confidential information;
- Settlements and exit packages.
- Driving charges
- Criminal charges
- Limited Licences
If you have lost your licence, they can also arrange your Limited Licence, to get you back on the road quickly – sometimes within days.
Contact Phil Mitchell or Charles McGuinness for friendly, efficient legal advice.
Being involved in court proceedings can be stressful.
Likewise, it’s essential to have an experienced and effective Employment Lawyer by your side if things go wrong at work. Both Phil and Charles specialise in Employment Law
If you want prompt, friendly, and professional legal assistance, call Phil Mitchell or Charles McGuinness today on (04) 499-7378 to arrange an appointment at their office at Ground floor, 1 The Terrace (Treasury Building), Wellington CBD.
About Phil Mitchell, Wellington Lawyer
Since graduating in 1997,Phil has worked as a lawyer in Wellington, Nelson, and Europe.
Since establishing his own litigation practice in 2003, he has worked on personal grievance claims for employees; he has also acted for national charities and NGO’s plus small to medium-sized businesses, assisting with restructures, employment disputes and employment agreement revision and compliance.
Phil is also an experienced criminal lawyer, having acted in a range of cases from minor traffic prosecutions to major criminal jury trials, with impressive results.
About Charles McGuinness, Wellington Lawyer
Charles McGuinness was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in 2008. Since then he has had wide experience in employment law matters.
He worked for a prestigious boutique employment law firm and a large national corporate law firm.
His experience includes;conducting workplace investigations, advising on personal grievances, performance management issues, restructures and redundancies, medical incapacity, discipline and dismissal processes, and health and safety compliance.