We deal with all legal issues relating to people in the workplace, from employment law to business immigration, from pensions to other corporate employment services. We are a workplace law firm.

Serviced Areas

  • Nationwide

Contact Details

  City City of London
  Postcode EC2V 6LR
  Address Crown Court, Cheapside
  Phone Number 020 7329 9090

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Want to know more about rights of EU citizens living in the UK following #Brexit ? Details here https://t.co/9iYMaWAHfs
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Immigration changes affecting visitors transiting the UK and those on Tiers 1 & 2 work visas. Also introduce digit https://t.co/fClqQjEPGS
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Giving a false reason for dismissal may backfire. Katie Mahoney discusses the issue for Employment Solicitor Magaz https://t.co/RtlAZk3vdL
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Employment tribunal claims up 66% after fees abolished - Dan Begbie-Clench comments for @PeopleMgt #ukemplaw https://t.co/vRcrfgNIpP
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Thinking of setting up a business under the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa? Check out Anita de Atouguia's guide for The I https://t.co/tRV1udX7a7
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Morrisons vicariously liable for employees personal data breaches https://t.co/2dY8ui78T2 #ukemplaw #GDPR
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Pleased that our education team has been shortlisted by @thelegal500 in its 2018 Annual Awards. Congratulations to https://t.co/Jtb1XZDvh0
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Workers wrongly categorised as self-employed can claim holiday pay going back years #ukemplaw https://t.co/iPSSGwQH6W
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From Our Website

If your employer wants to terminate your employment at minimal risk, it may offer a settlement agreement. In that agreement, you will waive your right to bring any employment-related claim in exchange for compensation. The compensation offered will often be more than the minimum your employer is obliged to pay. As you will be giving up valuable rights, you have to have advice from a relevant independent adviser, such as one of our employment lawyers. Usually your employer will agree to pay a contribution towards your legal fees and, wherever possible, we will not charge you more.