Morrish Solicitors are pleased to announce that they have secured a contract with the Musicians’ Union to provide legal services on employment rights issues to the union and its members.
Founded in 1893, the Musicians’ Union is one of the UK’s oldest and best respected independent ‘craft’ trade unions, with over 30,000 members working in all sectors of the British music industry.
From 1 May Morrish Solicitors will be providing a telephone employment law helpline to Musicians’ Union Officers and employment law court/Employment Tribunal representation for their members.
David Sorensen, Partner at Morrish Solicitors said “we are delighted to be working with the Musicians’ Union in providing employment law advice and representation to the union and their members”.
This brings the number of trade union clients that Morrish Solicitors act for to over 20 throughout the UK.
Horace Trubridge, General Secretary Elect for Musician’s Union said “we are really pleased to be working with Morrish Solicitors to provide employment law advice to our members. Musicians’ careers are very different from many traditional forms of employment, and the employment issues faced by our members can be diverse and complicated. I am confident that this partnership will offer our members the best possible service.”
Notes to Editors
Morrish Solicitors offer quality legal services for private individuals, trade unions and their members:
- 4 offices in Leeds, Bradford, Yeadon and Pudsey
- Over 80 employees
- Established in 1882
- Providing services nationally and locally
- Services include personal injury, occupational illness and asbestos disease claims, employment law for individuals, medical negligence claims, professional negligence claims, matrimonial and family law, elderly client, wills, probate and estate planning, property and conveyancing
For further information, please contact Clair Watmore, Head of Communications at Morrish Solicitors on DD 0113 297 9844, Mob 07595 564 764 or email [email protected]