Doyle Clayton is the UK's largest firm of employment solicitors with offices in the City of London, Canary Wharf and Reading and clients nationwide. Our employment lawyers work with both employers and individuals advising on matters from non-contentious employment law, compromise agreements and business immigration to more complex issues, such as TUPE, restrictive covenants, redundancy and Tribunal and High Court disputes.

Serviced Areas

  • London, Canary Wharf, Nationwide

Contact Details

  City Bromley by Bow
  Postcode E14 5AA
  Address Level 10 One Canada Square
  Phone Number 020 7042 7200

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Workers wrongly categorised as self-employed can claim holiday pay going back years #ukemplaw
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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.