Employment law solicitors working on behalf of employers and employees

Conflict and discontent in the workplace affects everyone. For employees, the stress and uncertainty can impact all other areas of your life. For employers, workplace grievances can harm the morale and productivity of your team.

Our specialist employment solicitors offer impartial legal advice and help clients negotiate solutions on the best possible terms.

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Our experienced solicitors help you reach a settlement agreement on the best possible terms.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In most instances you must have been employed for two years in order to make a claim for unfair dismissal. There are some exceptions to this rule including dismissals that have occurred because of discrimination or a TUPE transfer.

Yes, in most instances your employer will pay your legal fees for a settlement agreement.

It is rare for costs orders to be paid in the tribunal and usually each party will be responsible for their own legal fees. In some limited cases the judge can make a costs order however these are rare and reserved for vexatious liability.

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Experienced and Approachable Solicitors in Essex & Suffolk

Kew Law LLP provides a range of personal and business legal solutions to clients across Essex. We’re dedicated to making legal support more accessible, with price competitive services, responsive advice from our friendly solicitors, and access to our unique digital platforms. We have a team of experienced specialists in each area, ready to collaborate to achieve the best client outcomes. This means we guarantee a truly connected, personal, and efficient service that never compromises on quality.