Practical Advice for Employers and Employees

We provide practical employment law advice to employers and employees. Over the years, we have acted for hundreds of clients: these range from large retailers to small businesses, and senior executives such as FTSE 100 company directors and bankers to employees on the minimum wage.

If you are having problems in the workplace and are in need of employment law advice, we can help. We advise on a wide range of issues including disciplinary and grievance matters, redundancy, unfair dismissal, TUPE, pay and benefits and settlement agreements. We also have extensive experience of advising both employers and employees on contractual terms including restrictive covenants.

If you are an employer in need of written employment contracts, disciplinary, grievance or other policies and procedures, we are able to prepare these. If you are selling or acquiring a business and require advice on TUPE, we are able to assist.

Call us on 0207 2076195 to discuss your situation with a solicitor.

Unfair dismissal 

Knight-Webb Solicitors are experts in Unfair Dismissal claims. We have handled many claims in the employment tribunal on behalf of employees and employers, including several high-value claims.

Discrimination 

Knight-Webb Solicitors have particular expertise in handling complex discrimination claims. Workplace discrimination is unlawful if the reason for the treatment is agedisabilityracereligion or belief, pregnancy or maternity, sex or sexual orientation.

Settlement Agreement

If you have been offered a settlement agreement by your employers and asked to take legal advice, please do not hesitate to Contact Us Today. We have advised on many settlement agreements over the years.

If you are an employer faced with dismissing an employee for redundancy, misconduct or some other reason, you should consider whether to open ‘without prejudice’ pre-termination negotiations with a view to reaching a settlement agreement. We are able to assist in guiding you through the process and preparing the settlement agreement.

Redundancy 

Redundancy may happen because a workplace is closing down, or because fewer employees are (or are expected to be) needed for work of a particular kind. Contact Us today for advice on Redundancy.

Whistleblowing

It is unlawful for an employer to subject a worker to a detriment including dismissal for making a protected disclosure. Such a dismissal will be automatically unfair and to bring a claim, there is no qualifying period of employment.

Employment Tribunal claims 

We are experienced in handling Employment Tribunal litigation and have particular experience in dealing with complex sex, maternity, race and disability discrimination claims. We are members of the Employment Lawyers’ Association.

Contact Knight-Webb for Employment Law Advice for Employees, London

Please Contact Us on 0207 207 6195 or email sunita@knightwebb.com to discuss your requirements in detail.