Employment & Industrial law

Segelov Taylor provides specialist advice and representation on all elements of employment and industrial law.  Our principal, David Taylor, is a Law Society of NSW Accredited Specialist in Employment and Industrial law.

We focus on constructive, pragmatic and cost effective representation to employees, unions and employers.

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FREE Case Assessment

We offer a free initial case assessment.

We will obtain preliminary instructions from you and advise you whether we believe we are able to assist you in your matter.  If we believe we may be able to assist you we will discuss with you the the process and the terms of which we can act (including the likely costs).  The case assessment may be by phone, or in person. There is no cost associated with this case assessment, nor any obligation to instruct us in your matter.

You can contact Tanya Segelov, or David Taylor directly, or  contact our office by phone, email or the web-chat to arrange your free case assessment.

David Taylor

Segelov Taylor Lawyers principal, David Taylor is an accredited specialist in employment and industrial law.

David has extensive experience in all areas of employment and industrial law, having represented clients in the Fair Work Commission, as well as in all relevant Courts.  He acted for a number of individuals in the Trade Union Royal Commission and for the Finance Sector Union in the Royal Commission into Banks.  He has run a number of significant test cases including the first successful claim under the Independent Contractors Act.

With his wealth of experience, David focuses on providing clear, constructive and effective advice and representation.

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Fee policy

The terms on which we act in employment and industrial matters varies depending on the circumstances of each matter.

We do not generally act on a no win, no fee basis in employment law matters.

We act in such matters on variety of terms including (most commonly) on the basis of an hourly rate basis or a fixed fee.

We are committed, where possible, to ensuring that legal costs do not prevent people from enforcing their rights.  As part of the process of providing initial advice as to options we will have a conversation with you about our terms.  Find out more…

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