Employment Law & Litigation

Employment Law is a fast changing and complex area where expert advice is often necessary.

Our Employment Law experts can offer tailored advice whether you’re an employer or an individual employee. We pride ourselves on our straightforward, pragmatic approach which delivers results.



We understand that good employment relations are vital for an employer, not only to encourage good industrial relations with employees, but also to reduce the risk of employee disputes which may lead to expensive and disruptive claims against you. The main areas of advice offered are:
  • Employment matters when purchasing or
  • Selling a business (transfer of undertaking)
  • Contracts of Employment
  • Handbooks
  • Disciplinary/ Grievance Procedures
  • Discrimination Policies and Codes of Practice
  • Family Friendly Policies including Maternity
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Employment Tribunal Claims
  • Redundancy and Restructuring
  • Restrictive Covenant

We can also help you by setting up and implementing bespoke employment practices tailor made for your business. We do offer a fixed fee appointment, on request, for £100 plus VAT. We find this interview enables us to give the initial advice you need to help to resolve urgent problems.


Disputes can often be traumatic and confusing but we are committed to working with you to help find a resolution. Whether you’re a Senior Executive / Director or an individual employee we can offer advice on many employee related matters, such as:
  • Wrongful Dismissal / Unfair Dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Transfer of Undertakings (Business Sales)
  • Discrimination References
  • Restraint of Trade and Non-Solicitation Clauses
  • Breach of Contract
  • Maternity/ Paternity Rights
  • Flexible Working
  • Tax Indemnity Clauses
  • Confidentiality and Defamation

We can also advise employees in relation to Settlement Agreements. These can be a useful way to agree to terminate your employment with your employer. They can potentially provide you with a better settlement in return for your agreement not to take action against your employer in an Employment Tribunal or County Court.

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