Specialist employment and immigration lawyers who give you business results with a personal touch.

At mpm legal, we love helping growing businesses like yours turn HR problems into opportunities.

To us, business is always personal. While there’s not much we haven’t seen and solved before, we also understand that your organisational context is one of a kind.
That’s why we take extra care to get to know you and your business, giving advice that gets to the point (quickly) and achieves the best possible outcomes for your business – and the people who make it.
If you think we could help, call us for an initial chat (it’s free).

What we do

Employment law

We can help you with all aspects of employment law: from policy-making and procedures; through statutory obligations, performance management and disciplinary; to the recruitment and retention of your greatest asset: your people.

Business immigration law

We can also help with your recruitment of overseas workers through our business immigration practice. We can guide you through the complex immigration rules and procedures that apply to you as an employer, including support for your sponsorship and employee visa application requirements.

Why mpm legal?

Trusted expertise

Our experience in employment and business immigration law means household names trust us – and you can, too.


We don’t have the overheads of a full-service firm, so you get a superb service at a competitive cost.


Our clients say we’re like a valued friend they can rely on for advice whenever they need it.

But don’t just take our word for it. Hear why our clients choose to grow with mpm legal.

“mpm legal is efficient, personable and offer a great level of service. They have listened to our needs and guided us through a number of HR and employment law matters with clear advice and support. We highly recommend them.”

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Cross-border working and employment law issues

Last week our panel of English, Dutch and German employment lawyers discussed the typical scenarios we are encountering which highlight the challenges of employees and employers working from different countries, what pitfalls to watch out for, what opportunities are available and what the wider considerations for businesses embracing this way of working are.

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