The “subject-matter” of employment law is the individual and their employment relationship. Here at Cabinet Finalteri this has led us to establish five simple but strong principles:
- 1. Listening and collaborating
We work closely with each client at all times, building a relationship of mutual trust.
Each case is managed in collaboration with the client, involving regular contact.
- 2. Rigour
Mastering the legal issues in a highly technical and continually changing area of law is essential if a case is to be brought to a successful conclusion. This is a lawyer’s first duty.
This requires each case to be subject to an in-depth, systematic analysis, rigorous internal procedures to be followed, and project management methods to be adopted in the most complex cases.
- 3. Strategic approach to cases
In our work with our clients we adopt a value creation approach, comprising a series of essential, concrete stages:
– establishing the objective,
– defining the potential strategies,
– choosing a strategy,
– implementing that strategy until completion of the case.
- 4. A spirit of negotiation
We prioritise the search for negotiated solutions to avoid the cost of lengthy and expensive legal proceedings.
We conduct negotiations – or assist you in your own negotiations – including in complex environments.
- 5. A pragmatic approach
We work with businesses and this requires knowledge of the business world, the commercial and financial challenges they face and their internal rules (including within large international groups). Our experience means we take a pragmatic approach.