Independent advice on all aspects of employment law

Settlement agreements

Employment tribunal claims

'No Win No Fee' claims

Unfair dismissal advice

Discrimination advice

Workplace grievances


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Employee advice in London

Employment Law Solicitors regularly advise individuals on workplace disputes, including unfair dismissal, discrimination claims, and offer advice on settlement agreements as well as support, including representation, for claimants bringing employment tribunal proceedings.


We understand that legal costs can be a concern for employees who are involved in a dispute with their employer so we will discuss pricing structures that suit individuals, including fixed fee arrangements for advice on tribunal claims. We will also consider funding for claims on a ‘no win no fee’ basis.


We regularly advise individuals, including executives, on settlement agreements, employment tribunal claims, grievances, the validity of a redundancy process, contracts of employment or directors' service agreements, flexible working applications, the enforceability of restrictive covenants, advice on bonus schemes/disputes, commission structures or share options and the taxation of severance payments. This is a non-exhaustive list.

Settlement agreements

Employers often offer settlement agreements to employees. Or, it may be possible to negotiate the terms of an exit with your employer and this would usually be documented in the form of a settlement agreement. All the lawyers at Employment Law Solicitors are practiced at negotiating favourable terms within settlement agreements for individuals looking to agree on an exit from their employer.

Please call us on 020 8454 7520 or complete our contact us form to arrange a confidential call back from a qualified solicitor without charge.

Employer Advice

Employment Tribunal Claims

Bonus Disputes

Unfair Dismissal

Discrimination Claims

'No Win No Fee' Claims