We are a London based employment law practice providing a first-rate, cost-effective and personal service to our customers. Our ethos is simple: business overheads are deliberately kept low and cost savings passed directly to clients in the form of lower fees with no compromise on quality of service. Contact us today to see how we can help you.

Serviced Areas

  • London & UK

Contact Details

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  City Dulwich
  Postcode SE24 9LQ
  Address 47 Beckwith Road
  Phone Number 020 7207 6195

From Our Website

Here at Knight Webb our London based solicitors are experts in Employment Contract Law and Employment Contracts; if you require any further information then contact us direct. Every employer is required to give each employee a written statement of particulars of certain terms of their contract of employment no later than two months after the beginning of their employment. Any changes in the contractual terms or in other matters of which written particulars must be given must be the subject of a written statement given to the employee at the earliest opportunity and in any event no later than one month after the change.


Knight-Webb Solicitors are experienced in handling employment tribunal claims (including complex, high-value discrimination claims) and representing clients in negotiating through ACAS. We have a good track record in winning cases. The number of claims filed in the Employment Trbunal has recently surged following the abolition of Employment Tribunal fees. In this current litigious climate, employers should ensure that employee disputes and dismissals are properly handled. All individuals who want to bring a claim in the Employment Tribunal need to file a notice with ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) before their claim can proceed.


Knight-Webb Solicitors are employment law specialists and have successfully advised on a large number of Settlement Agreements for both employers and employees. We are based in Dulwich in South East London but are able to provide appointments in central London at the convenience of clients. Principal solicitor, Sunita Knight-Webb, previously worked in a City law firm and has over 15 years of experience in advising on employment law matters. She has a degree in law from Cambridge University and is a member of the Employment Lawyers' Association.


As experienced employment law specialists Knight-Webb Solicitors are able to offer employment law advice for employers throughout the London area. We are based in Dulwich in south-east London but are able to meet with clients at their London offices at their convenience. We provide HR advisory services and our clients have ranged from large retailers to small businesses. We have the advantage over many other London law firms in that our overheads are low, and we are able to pass these cost savings to clients in the form of lower fees.


If you have been given a settlement agreement, are having problems at work or otherwise in need of employment law advice, we can help. We advise on a wide range of issues including disciplinary and grievance proceedings, redundancy, unfair dismissal, discrimination and pay and benefits. We are also experienced in advising employees on post-termination restrictions where they are thinking of moving to a competitor or setting up on their own. Our clients range from senior executives, such as directors of FTSE 100 companies and banking professionals, to workers on the minimum wage.


We set out some common employment law issues which our clients face, as well as particular situations which we have advised on. Answers are given for general information only and may not be relied on as an alternative to obtaining legal advice for a specific situation. Briefly, in deciding which employee is selected for redundancy, you should use objective criteria, for example attendance record, skills and capability, and apply these in an independent way. You should warn and consult with the employee concerned and consider if there are alternatives to redundancy or suitable alternative employment.