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Are you experiencing problems at work? If so, it is important that you seek advice at the outset so that you know your legal rights and can make informed decisions.

You may be facing challenges at work, such as redundancy or changes to your contract.

You may be feeling bullied or that you have been unfairly treated. At times like this, it can be hard to decide what to do. Speaking to an expert employment solicitor and knowing where you stand in law can help you decide upon the right course of action.

Our specialist employment solicitors have come across situations like yours many times before and can understand how you may be feeling. They can offer confidential advice and guide you to achieve a resolution.

 

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16/01/2020

What is a Settlement Agreement?

Settlement agreements or compromise agreements, as they used to be called, are commonly used but what are they? Here’s our Top Five Tips on Settlement Agreements: 1 – Simply put, Settlement agreements are a legal contract between an employee and employer which settles claims or potential claims against the employer, usually in return for money….

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Lauren Cope
Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

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James Monk

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Jade Linton

Senior Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Emma Monk

Associate Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Lauren Cope

Solicitor, Employment & HR Law

Michelle O’Hara

Commercial & HR Director, Employment & HR Law

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