Employment law solicitors for employees

Our experienced team of employment law solicitors here in Leeds provides impartial and practical advice to people at all levels of employment.

Our solicitors can advise on:

  • Unfair dismissal/discrimination claims
  • Senior employee exit packages
  • Enforceability of restrictive covenants and injunction claims
  • Contracts of employment and disciplinary/grievance procedures
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Tribunal Claims

Our solicitors have particular experience in acting for senior executives, managers and company directors. We regularly offer advice on six figure termination packages for employees with emphasis on advice on loss of pension, bonuses, sale of shares, post termination assistance and announcements about departure and references.

So if you are having a dispute at work, feel that you are being treated differently, have been dismissed unfairly or feel you have been forced to resign, we can assist. Our Leeds based employment law solicitors have considerable experience of representing employees at Employment Tribunals.

If you are offered a settlement agreement, we can provide the independent legal advice required to validate the settlement agreement and negotiate the terms on your behalf where necessary. Why not try our settlement agreement calculator to give you an idea what you could be entitled to.

In either case, our aim is to make sure you secure the right financial package on the best possible terms.

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