Asad Rana is a Solicitor with over 10 years of legal experience in litigation matters. He was admitted as a solicitor on the 01/08/05. He
completed his LLB Honours degree at Queen Mary, University of London and completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in
Asad has represented employers and employees in all aspects of Employment Law including representation at the Employment Tribunal as
well the drafting of employment law contracts, service agreements and settlement agreements.
Asad also acts for individuals, charities and businesses in relation to building contract disputes, debt recovery, commercial leases, and
landlord and tenant disputes. Since qualification, he has handled many cases in his areas of expertise, including complex cases in the
Employment Tribunal and County Courts.
Asad is also a Director and the firm’s Compliance Officer for Legal Practice and Financial Administration. He has completed several
professional development courses relating to his legal areas of expertise as well as compliance regulations.
Example template (Range of costs)
Our pricing for bringing and defending claims for unfair or wrongful dismissal up to the Employment Tribunal.
Simple case: £2000.00 – £3000.00. (excluding VAT)
Medium complexity case: £3,000.00 – £4,000.00 (excluding VAT)
High complexity case: £4,000.00 – £5,000.00 (excluding VAT)
Factors that could make a case more complex:
There will be an additional charge for attending a Tribunal Hearing of £750 per day (excluding VAT). Generally, we would allow 2-3 days depending
on the complexity of your case. If we instruct Counsel to represent you at trial, the day rate could vary depending on the seniority of the Counsel
Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as court fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on
your behalf to ensure a smoother process.
Counsel’s fees estimated between £750.00 to £1,500.00 per day (depending on experience of the advocate) for attending a Tribunal Hearing
The fees set out above cover all of the work in relation to the following key stages of a claim:
The stages set out above are an indication and if some of stages above are not required, the fee will be reduced. You may wish to handle the claim
yourself and only have our advice in relation to some of the stages. This can also be arranged on your individual needs.
The time that it takes from taking your initial instructions to the final resolution of your matter depends largely on the stage at which your case is
resolved. If a settlement is reached during pre-claim conciliation, your case is likely to take 3-4 weeks. If your claim proceeds to a Final Hearing, your
case is likely to take 6-12 weeks. This is just an estimate and we will of course be able to give you a more accurate timescale once we have more
information and as the matter progresses.
Individuals should check their home or motor insurance to establish whether their claim is covered by any legal expenses insurance. At our initial
appointment, you should bring with you any relevant insurance policies that you may have.
Example template (Range of fixed fees) for a business to business debt that is undisputed
These costs apply where your claim is in relation to an unpaid invoice which is not disputed and enforcement action is not needed. If the other party
disputes your claim at any point, we will discuss any further work required and provide you with revised advice about costs if necessary, which could
be on a fixed fee (e.g. if a one off letter is required), or an hourly rate if more extensive work is needed.
|Debt value||Court fee||Our fee (incl. VAT)||Total|
|Up to £5,000||£205.00||£950.00||£1,155.00|
|£5,001 – £10,000||£455.00||£1700.00||£2,155.00|
|£10,001 – £100,000||5% value of the claim||£3000.00||£TBC|
Anyone wishing to proceed with a claim should note that:
Our fee includes:
Matters usually take 2-3 weeks from receipt of instructions from you to receipt of payment from the other side, depending on whether or not it is
necessary to issue a claim. This is on the basis that the other side pays promptly on receipt of Judgement in default. If enforcement action is needed,
the matter will take longer to resolve.