Employment Law - Expert Legal Services for both Personal and Commercial Clients

Employment Law

Employment Law is always changing with new legislation being introduced regularly. As an employer or employee it is important that you keep up-to-date with the latest developments so you do not fall foul of the law as an employer and you are aware of your entitlements as an employee.

We provide practical advice and carefully explain and guide you through the various options available.

We can advise on:

  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Wrongful Dismissal)
  • Compromise Agreements
  • All forms of discrimination: Disability, Race, Sex, Age, Sexual Orientation, Religious, Gender Reassignment and Pregnancy
  • Equal Pay
  • Restrictive Covenants, Confidential Information and Garden Leave
  • Contract Drafting
Employment Matters - The Law Practice (UK)

We aim to provide the most cost effective advice to enable you to decide the best course of action for you and your business to avoid an Employment Tribunal. If the matter does proceed, our Lawyers are experienced to deal with these proceedings.

We can offer fixed fees in contentious matters and will attempt to secure your costs from the other side. You may qualify for funding if you have legal expenses cover on your insurance policy.

Employment Costs Checklist:

Download our employment fees document here.

Call our Employment Matters team on 0121 778 2371 and speak to an expert or Contact Us here.

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Our Services: Whether Personal or Business

The Law Practice (UK) Ltd provides an extensive range of legal services to private clients and businesses nationwide. From the individual to the blue-chip company we have the experience to deliver an expert range of legal services at very reasonable prices.

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