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Employment Law Specialists
Our clients are individuals seeking to leave their UK job with a fair exit package. Often they have been treated badly by their employer. Our clients are normally employees, but they could be entrepreneurs, managers or directors.
About our team
We are a specialist team of solicitors and barristers who practice exclusively in employment law. We are the most experienced team of its kind in the UK and whilst we are based in London, we represent clients by phone and email across the country.
Types of Case
We deal mainly with disputes at work or redundancies. Disputes can include: unfair dismissal, notice periods, bonuses, commissions, discrimination, bullying, share options and more.
How we can help
We can advise you on whether you're getting a good deal. We can review and sign your settlement agreement. We can negotiate with your employer for a better deal for you, or guide your hand in negotiations. And we can go to court for you if necessary.
Your team of Solicitors
You will be put through one of our specialist solicitors, we are all highly experienced and we don't use trainees or paralegals to handle your case.
These free grievance letter template examples will really help you to secure the settlement agreement deal which you are hoping for. Currently we have five different grievance letter templates and examples, and they are explained below. You can chop and change them to suit your case.
These without prejudice letter templates should help you to secure the settlement agreement deal which you deserve. There are three different without prejudice letter template examples, and they are explained below. You can chop and change them to suit your case.
These templates are examples of the details of claims for the ’ET1′ forms, used when you want to issue a claim in the employment tribunal. Most people just fill in the details on the form itself, but lawyers use a separate document to set out the claim details. This is also known as a ‘particulars of claim’ or ‘grounds of complaint’ document.
Here are different settlement agreement templates (which used to be called compromise agreements), and between them you should have plenty to go on. They are all fully up to date as of 2013, and compliant with the Equality Act and all other relevant legislation.