Leonard Gray’s employment law team help both employers and employees with contentious matters such as dismissal, redundancy, settlement agreements, disciplinary process, and contract issues.
From your first contact with Leonard Gray, one of our employment law solicitors will discuss with you what you hope to achieve, whether this is realistic and how we might be able to help and if the costs are likely to be worthwhile compared to the outcome.
Your employment law solicitor will initially agree objectives with you then, relying on their expert knowledge and guidance, progress your case in a way that gives you the best chance of achieving your objectives as quickly as possible.
We approach the issue you are facing with your personal circumstances in mind. The employment advice you receive will be practical, clear and honest, making it easier for you to make difficult decisions about your future.
As an employee, there are various issues and queries that arise at work. Examples of the areas we can assist with are below:
- Independent legal advice on a settlement agreement
- Review and advice on a new contract of employment
- Advice and assistance with raising a grievance
- Advice and assistance defending disciplinary allegations
- Advice and assistance about sick pay and sickness absence
- Advice and guidance about responding to being placed at risk of being made redundant
- Advice and guidance about redundancy and being made redundant
- Advice and assistance with an employment tribunal claim
- Breach of contract
Look no further for prompt, clear and practical advice for your business.
Our expertise spans all stages of an employment dispute, advising you on any initial problems to prevent them escalating, taking you through the correct statutory procedures and identifying employment rights.
Accountant receives £186,086.56 settlement
Leonard Gray represented an accountant faced with losing his job and successfully negotiated a compensation package for him to avoid the need for Tribunal proceedings and ensure our client and his employer parted on good terms.
Director removed from office
We advised a private company on how to remove a long standing director from office for under performance and possible fraud, without the need for costly proceedings.
We can also assist you in reviewing and updating your employment contracts or, where necessary, drafting new contracts and workplace policies.