Philip Landau and the employment team at Landau Law are known nationally as specialist employment law solicitors. Our regular contribution to national media and high profile bodies on employment matters is testimony to this.
We have acted for thousands of employees for over 15 years throughout the UK in this specialised field, and most importantly, we have a very high success rate in negotiating favourable settlements with employers. An acceptable (and where possible amicable) departure from your employer is, after all, the preference of most employees- and employers too. This cannot be achieved without appropriate sensitively and strategy, and that can only come from years of engaging with employers- day in and day out.
In most cases, we are able to settle a dispute without the necessity of issuing tribunal proceedings. If proceedings do become necessary, we will still attempt to pursue a resolution with your employer at the same time as moving your case forward.
We are based in London Bridge and act for many City employees and executives, but this is by no means exclusive as our reach is nationwide. Our clients range from senior executives with ‘blue-chip’ companies, to employees of smaller and medium sized businesses in all job sectors in the UK.
A dispute with your employer may arise either at the time of your dismissal or whilst you are still in employment. Whether you are facing unfair dismissal, performance issues, redundancy, discrimination, issues on restrictive covenants, bonuses, contract of employment or any other employment law issue, it is all familiar territory for us.
We also regularly provide expert and speedy advice on settlement agreements (formally known as compromise agreements) and non-contentious employment matters such as advising on the terms contained in your contract of employment.
We are prepared to consider a no win – no fee funding arrangement as part of our flexible costs options. Please email or call us on 020 7100 5256 for details. We are also happy to give a free initial consultation.