Employment Law

Regents Pak Chambers is an expert practice in the United Kingdom. We provide representation and employment law advice for both employers and employees around the country and have established in this field.

Founded in 2007 first as Regents & Co. Solicitors by Mr Zaheer Ahmad, our practice has continued to grow and develop, and now has the capability to deal with clients all over the country.


We can focus on providing our clients with an unparalleled level of service and excellent value for money. Employment law is such a fast paced and ever-changing area of legislation, so we feel that our specific focus enables us to stay ahead of the game and sets us aside from our competitors.

We have a plenty of experience across all types of organisations as well as the vital resources needed to provide expert advice to clients. From legal issues and disputes to a wide range of other HR related matters, we can help take the worry out of your situation. We take our client’s needs and concerns very seriously and strive to achieve the best possible outcome in any situation.

Our key areas of expertise in UK employment law include the following:

  • Settlement agreements
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Disability discrimination
  • Sex discrimination
  • Race discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Bullying
  • Mediation services
  • Employment contracts and documentation
  • Non-compete restrictions and team moves

We can also provide support in related areas such as HR consultancy and Health and Safety.

As dedicate practice, we pride ourselves on our extensive legal knowledge of this area and our ability to deliver dependable, high quality, ethical employment law advice service to all our clients. We advise on all aspects of HR strategy and day-to-day HR issues.

We can provide initial telephone guidance on all aspects of HR and employment law to both national and local employer/employee clients throughout the United Kingdom. Once we have thoroughly discussed your case, which can be done either face-to-face or via a telephone conference, we can then proceed to the next steps.

We have an up-front and honest policy regarding fees. In the initial meeting, are usually able to assess the merits of your case, your rights, and assess what the costs will likely be. Once we have agreed to take your case, we will provide ongoing support, expert advice, and act on your behalf. We can also represent you at an employment tribunal or in the civil courts.