Bishopsgate Law employment law solicitors are specialists who can give legal advice to employees and employers about workplace and employment law and represent them at employment tribunals. We provide independent legal advice about employment settlement agreements.
Our employment lawyers can help employees, including advice about unfair dismissal claims, workplace discrimination claims and other employment tribunal claims.
We can give advice to employers and business owners about workplace and employment law, health and safety law, employment contracts, redundancy, dismissal, disciplinary and grievance procedures and other employment law issues.
If you have been offered a settlement agreement by your employer it is important that you seek independent legal advice before signing it, and also a legal requirement.
Normally your employer will agree to pay for you to receive independent legal advice.
We can advise you about the implications of signing a settlement agreement. Where you have been offered an agreement that we cannot advise that you should sign we will open negotiations on your behalf to seek agreement of suitable terms with your employer.
Our employment law solicitors have represented many claimants and respondents at employment tribunals.
Our solicitors can undertake employment tribunal claims on a contingency fee (No win no fee) basis where we assess the chances of success are good enough.
Time limits apply to employment tribunal claims, so do not delay getting in touch.
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If you believe you may have a case to make an employment tribunal claim, we can make an assessment of your case based on the facts and information you send us by e-mail.
We offer a free initial consultation by appointment for most matters, so we can discuss the brief facts, and can give you an idea of whether you have a potential claim or a case where we can help you.
You can arrange an appointment to see an employment lawyer at our offices in London EC2, or Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
Martin Phillips is an experienced employment law solicitor who qualified in 1981. He has represented many claimants and respondents in unfair dismissal and discrimination cases at employment tribunals. He has a particular interest in disability discrimination cases. Workplace accident claims are another area where he has successfully acted for his clients on many occasions.
Ian Hurst has specialised in employment law and litigation since qualifying as a solicitor in 1999. He has a great deal of employment law experience, having acted for both large companies and trade unions as well as individuals. He has undertaken advocacy at employment tribunals including multi-day discrimination claims.