About us – LLG Law is an employment law consultancy providing specialist employment law and HR advices to business. We are based in London although we service companies across the UK. Our niche size and the LLG Law ethos mean that we are able to offer a range of high-quality, specialist employment law services to both companies and individual clients. However, we have neither the factory-like atmosphere nor the high overheads which characterise many competitors – and our services are personal and more cost-effective. Our overriding objective in dealing with any employment dispute or claim is that we offer commercial and practical advice. Many employment disputes are either resolved amicably or settled at an early stage, but if that is not possible, our experience and commercial awareness give the best chance of a positive outcome. LLG Law is the trading name of LLG Consultancy Limited which is registered as a limited company with Companies House.

  • Trading Address and offices is 5 St John’s Lane, Farringdon, London, EC1M 4BH
  • Registered Address and office is 24 Downsview, Chatham, Kent, ME5 0AP
  • Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) and Principal of LLG Law is Graham Darwood
  • Telephone 0207 549 2806
  • Email
  • Company registration number is 5088038
  • VAT registration number is 880274710
  • LLG Law has been registered with the Trade Marks Registry as a series of two marks under number 2555278

The use of the term Director or Principal on this website denotes a statutory director of LLG Consultancy Limited trading as LLG Law. A list of directors is available for inspection at our registered offices. LLG Law is not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (“SRA”): but any solicitors employed by it with a current practising certificate will be subject to SRA standards and regulations. Our CEO and Principal of LLG Law is a practising solicitor: and his LinkedIn profile can be found at:

Privacy – LLG Law respects the privacy and security of its clients, potential clients and users of its website. We understand how important your privacy is and to the extent that we are legally entitled to do so, will treat all your communications, whether through this website or more generally, in the utmost strictest confidence. If you are a client, potential client website user, we will not disclose the contents of any communication with us without your authorisation unless we believe in good faith that the law requires us to make a disclosure (for example, in respect to money laundering or terrorist funding activities). LLG Law is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement. LLG Law may collect the following information: (i) name and job title/status (ii) contact information including email address and telephone number (iii) demographic information such as postcode (iv) working history (v) education history and academic achievements and (vi) other information relevant to your circumstances for which legal advices and/or assistance is required (whether as a client, potential client or user of our website). The information we gather is required by us for the following legitimate purposes including but not limited to (i) understanding your professional needs (ii) providing you with a better professional service (iii) internal record keeping and (iv) using the information to improve our products and services. We give you the option of using a secure transmission method to send us the following types of personal data: (i) primary personal data (such as name and contact details) and (ii) secondary personal data (such as employment history and qualifications). Personal data is always kept confidential and securely in our database. We have implemented security policies, rules and technical measures to protect the personal data that we have under our control from: (i) unauthorised access (ii) improper use or disclosure (iii) unauthorised modification and (iv) unlawful destruction or accidental loss. All of our directors, employees and data processors, who have access to and/or are associated with the processing of personal data, are obliged to respect the confidentiality of personal data (whether through the LLG Law website or otherwise). We collect the personal data that any potential client may volunteer while using our online contact form. By submitting information using our online contact form, you agree to us using this data so that we can contact you and give you the professional advice or service that you have requested. We do not link information recorded by cookies with primary personal data or secondary personal data (for further details please see our cookie statement below). You have a number of significant rights in respect to your personal data which are set out in further detail below.

Collection of Data – In general, you can browse our website without disclosing any information about yourself but you may need to disable cookies on your internet browser (see cookie policy below for full details). If you seek information from us (including legal advice), we will ask you for your name, email address, telephone number and some other personal information (please see above for further details and examples of the information we may collect) so that we may respond to your enquiry or provide you with information on our services.

Sharing Information – We do not make any personal information available to any third party without your permission unless we believe that the law requires us to make a disclosure. Traffic data and user statistics about our website are disclosed to our service providers and partners in aggregate only and do not include any personally identifiable information about any individual user of the LLG Law website.

Data Protection – At LLG Law we are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of the people we communicate and work with as clients of ours or prospective future clients. In particular, we want you to know that we do not sell, rent or trade email lists with other companies and businesses for marketing purposes. In this privacy policy, we’ve provided lots of detailed information on when and why we collect your personal information, how we use it, the limited conditions under which we may disclose it to others and how we keep it secure. Personal data processing in the UK is subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) as supplemented by UK legislation. Personal data is any information that directly or indirectly identifies a living individual. For the purposes of GDPR, we will be the controller of any personal data that we collect from or about you in connection with the provision of our professional services, or related activities such as promoting our business and/or market research. Under GDPR, data controllers are required to process personal data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner, and in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data. Personal data must be collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes, and the data must be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to those purposes, accurate and where necessary, kept up to date and kept in a form which permits identification of data subjects for no longer than is necessary for those purposes. Data controllers are responsible for and must able to demonstrate, compliance with these principles. Our Data Controller and Data Protection Officer is Graham Darwood. We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under reference Z9056316 and we will always ensure compliance with GDPR rights that you have.  For full and comprehensive details of your rights under GDPR and data protection issues generally please visit: 

Your Rights As A Data Subject – You have the right to be informed which we hope we have satisfied by publishing this Privacy Notice. However, if you feel there is anything you need to know that you can’t find here, please let us know. You can make a request to see records we hold on you. If you would like to do this, please notify us that you wish to make a Data Subject Access Request, provide verification of who you are (so that we can tackle any fraudulent request(s)) and state specifically what information you require. If we hold any inaccurate or out of date information about you, let us put this right. You can ask us to update your personal data at any time and we’ll endeavour to do this as soon as possible. You also have the right to have your data erased; processing restricted to some activity only, the right to request we transfer your data to another controller and the right to object to us processing your personal data. For any of the above requests, please email specifying what it is you’d like us to do (or not do) and our Data Protection Officer and Controller Graham Darwood will consider your request carefully and get back to you on each occasion. For full and comprehensive details of your rights under GDPR please visit: 

Updating your details – You can revise any information you have provided to us, or request to be removed from our data records by telephoning us on 0207 549 2806 or emailing our Data Protection Officer and Controller Graham Darwood as above.  We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under reference Z9056316 and we will always ensure compliance with GDPR rights that you have.  For full and comprehensive details of your rights under GDPR please visit: 

Cookies – Cookies are small data files that many internet sites automatically download to a user’s computer, phone or tablet’s hard disk. They are primarily used in helping web sites recognise a user that has visited the web site previously such as simplifying the logging on process for registered users. They can store account and password information. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. The  LLG Law website uses cookies so that we can better service your return to our website (further details on the exact cookies and their purposes are set out below). You do not have to accept cookies, but without accepting them you may experience reduced website functionality. If you should wish to reject the cookies then please read the information that came with your browser software to see how you can turn off the automatic download feature should you so wish. Our site uses a number of different cookies to improve the user experience and help us see what is popular: (1) single session cookies. These enable the website to keep track of your movement from page to page in order to ensure that you will not be asked for the same information you have previously given during your visit to the website. Cookies allow you to proceed through the website quickly and easily without having to authenticate or reprocess each new area you visit. We may use the cookies to analyse user behaviour, such as which pages have been visited during the session, in order to improve your overall experience, for example enabling us to determine and display more relevant content; (2) remember me cookies. These cookies enable the website to remember your personal preferences such as log in details in order to improve the user experience, for example, by avoiding you having to re-enter these details on each visit to the website; (3) remember my language cookies. These enable the website to retain your language preference for future visits in order to improve the user experience. In addition, this cookie will set the language in which the non-content aspects of emails received from the website will be displayed in and (4) persistent cookies. These cookies enable us to collect information such as number of visitors to the site and pages visited in order to analyse user behaviour. This information is collected in an anonymous form and will be collated with similar information received from other users to enable us to compile reports in order to develop and improve user experience by displaying more tailored and relevant content for example. Please be advised that the cookies will remain on your computer in the cookies file of your browser after the closing of the browser and will become active again when the LLG Law website is reopened, until removed.  The cookie(s) can be deleted at any time by you. The cookie(s) will not collect any information when you are not accessing the website. The single session and persistent cookies are provided on our behalf by a trusted third party service provider to aid in the reporting of user behaviour on the LLG Law website. This behaviour is analysed to provide an improved user experience. The information collected is not linked to personally identifiable information. We also use Google Analytics help us analyse the use of the LLG Law website. Google Analytics generate statistical and other information about website use by means of cookies, which are stored by users’ web browsers on their computer.  The information generated relating to our website is used to create reports about the use of the website. Google hold this information and provide us access to it. Google’s privacy policy is available at

Changes to our Privacy Policy – our Data Protection Officer will review this privacy and cookie policy in line with the requirements of the GDPR. If our privacy policy changes we will post those changes on our website and may if appropriate email you the changes. Continued use of the service will signify that you agree to any such changes.

Security – We take appropriate technical and organisational measures when it comes to the security of your data including internal awareness of GDPR and privacy to any employees with access to or processing your personal data.

Sale of Business – If this business is sold or integrated with another business your details may be disclosed to our advisers and any prospective purchaser and their advisers and will be passed on to the new owners of the business.

Complaints – Our complaints policy is available on request to all clients where a retainer is in operation. In exceptional circumstances (solely determined by our CEO and Principal Graham Darwood) we may agree to accept a complaint under our complaints policy from an individual or business who does not have a retainer in operation (including but not limited to former clients, potential clients and website users).

Disclaimer – This website information is based on English Law. The material is for general information only and it is not a comprehensive treatment of the subject matter. It should not be used as legal advice and no warranty is given nor liability accepted for the contents of this website.

Copyright and Intellectual Property – unless otherwise stated, LLG Law owns the copyright and other intellectual property rights in this website and all material published on it. All our rights are reserved and reproduction or use of the content of this website (in part or in whole) is only permitted in accordance by the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 or the Copyright and Rights in Databases Regulations 1997 as applicable. However, you may save and print copies of extracts from this website in hard copy for your own personal use or the use of others within your organisation.

Comments – We welcome questions and comments about our website and our privacy and cookie policies as set out above. To contact us please email or write to us at LLG Law – Employment Law Consultants, 5 St John’s Lane, Farringdon, London, EC1M 4BH.