Fees for representation by specialist employment lawyers


Free initial consultation

We understand that financially, this may be a difficult and uncertain time for you.  We therefore offer you a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced employment solicitors.  At this stage, we will listen to your case and give you free advice on your possible options.  All you need to do is complete the consultation form for your free consultation, or call 020 7717 5259.


If you do instruct us to represent you, we offer a range of flexible terms of payment including:

  • no win no fee
  • percentage fee
  • hourly rates

We accept a range of payment options, including credit cards.

Negotiating increased exit packages

We represent employees and senior executives in all matters of employment law.  The vast majority of our clients end up significantly better off after we have represented them.  Our reputation for fighting employment tribunals is well known to employers and by instructing us to act on your behalf, you will also get the benefit of our extensive legal experience and expert negotiation skills.  

When negotiating it is best for us to be involved as early on in the process as possible, so we can guide you and get the best outcome for you.  If we do not think that we can significantly increase a potential settlement amount, we will let you know.

Settlement agreement signing

If you already have been given a settlement agreement, the usual practice is for the employer to pay a fixed fee directly to us to legally sign the agreement.  We will let you know if you are getting a good deal, but if do you wanted us to negotiate for you on your behalf we are happy to do so.


We are experts at attending employment tribunals and undertaking the advocacy on your behalf. Of course we can simply provide advice if you prefer, or assist with the preparation of case documents for example witness statements. Its necessary to understand the details before setting a fee structure, as tribunal cases vary so much, but they do tend to be expensive and we tend not to do these on percentages. This is because they are often very long and uncertain.