Your team of expert UK employee lawyers

We are a law firm specialising in employment law for employees, and we’re regulated by the Ministry of Justice. Although we are based in London, we operate across the UK, and our team of expert employment lawyers is passionate about advising employees who are in dispute with their employers. Companies do not have a monopoly on the law and it is important that individuals also have access to legal advice. The free settlement agreement calculator, written articles and legal templates on this website also help employees to become aware of their rights and ensure that they are treated fairly.

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Featured in the Independent, the Mail, the FT, the Wall Street Journal & more:

  • The Financial Times & Wall Street Journal reported our whistleblowing trial in Central London Employment Tribunal against Reed Business Information which was selling finance software for banks in sanctioned countries such as Iran and Syria – newspaper articles here (FT) and here (WSJ). Read our comment here.
  • The Independent on Sunday reported our constructive dismissal case on behalf of an employee who allegedly discovered corruption in local government housing schemes across London – newspaper article here.
  • The Mail reported our Tribunal victory of 2 years’ salary for a bus driver who was discriminated against on the grounds of disability when he was dismissed after he was diagnosed with diabetes, even though he could have done his job with medication – newspaper article here.
  • The Lawyer & the Law Society Gazette are closely following our court case against the government for introducing unfair new employment law, as described below, articles here and here.


Settlement Agreement Calculator

Our free instant online settlement agreement calculator tells you roughly how much you should get. Click here to try this unique tool.

Settlement agreement calculator to find out how much money should you get when you negotiate with your employer



Negotiating settlement agreements

We are experts at negotiating with employers to get employees a fair settlement agreement deal. We start by taking detailed instructions from you, then calling and/or writing to HR on a ‘without prejudice’ (meaning ‘off-the-record’) basis. Sometimes we would recommend sending an open letter or grievance too.

If your employer will not settle amicably, then we can help you to issue a tribunal claim with minium fuss. But before it gets to that stage, most cases settle out of court, especially if expectations are realistic. Learn more about how to negotiate your settlement agreement in our free negotiation articles here.


Negotiating settlement agreements and how much should you get

Negotiating with your employer for a fair deal


Signing settlement agreements

If you have a settlement agreement document that you are happy with, then you can have it reviewed and countersigned by us to make it legally binding. By custom and practice, the invoice from us is paid directly by your employer, so we will never charge you for this service. Because we are employment law specialists, we can provide the advice over the telephone and by email and within 24 hours.


Solicitors for signing settlement agreements and how much money should you get


Conducting employment tribunals

If you have to fight a claim because your employer won’t agree a settlement agreement, then it is important to get the tribunal claim form right, as this is the key document setting out your case. We can take care of everything for you, including the advocacy at the tribunal hearings, or we can help you to save on fees and just assist you with the important paperwork – as you wish. Also remember the very strict 3 month time limits for most claims. Read some of our articles on tribunals here.


Employment tribunal representation from settlement agreement solicitors to get you a fair deal


Legal letter templates

Our free legal document and letter templates are here, including grievances, without prejudice letters, ET1’s and settlement agreements. No one else gives away this amount of free advice.


Settlement and compromise agreement templates sample example documents and letters in employment law by solicitors


We took the government to court to fight its new discriminatory employment law

Helping disabled, pregnant and elderly employees to get better rights in the workplace and fighting the unfair dismissal compensation cap

As featured in The Lawyer and the Law Society Gazette, we issued judicial review proceedings against the government’s cap on unfair dismissal compensation, reduced from £74,200 to one year’s salary.

The cap disproportionately affects elderly, disabled and pregnant employees on lower incomes. If you’re dismissed whilst pregnant for example, you will only be able to claim a max of one year’s salary, even if you’re out of work for over a year. So you will have to claim benefits, and the taxpayer will pick up the bill.

There are no austerity savings for Britain here, and the only ones winning will be unscrupulous companies who have been proved to have unfairly dismissed an employee. That’s why we decided to fight the government in court in order to overturn this law – its not legal and its not helpful for our country. Read the full story here.







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