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No win no fee employment law solicitors London

Our employment law solicitors in London provide a wide range of legal services to employees and employers, including advice on contracts, discrimination, harassment, and other workplace issues. We understand the complex and evolving nature of employment law and work tirelessly to ensure that our clients' interests are protected. Our team of experienced employment law solicitors in London offer personalised advice and support tailored to the individual needs of each client, guiding them through the legal process and ensuring that they fully understand their rights and obligations. With years of experience in this area, our employment law firm has the knowledge and expertise needed to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

There are many different aspects and complexities to employment law, whether you’re a working individual or a business. Without the right support from employment law solicitors, issues encountered at work can become complicated and might not have the outcome that you would like. Our team of specialist employment law solicitors in London offer specialist advice to employers and employees on a range of different areas of employment law.


    Who our employment law solicitors in London can help

    Employment law solicitors in London for businesses

    If you’re a business in London, there are various ways that you might benefit from legal support in relation to your workforce. Recruiting and managing staff can have its complexities, which is why our employment law specialists offer support in areas such as:

    • HR support
    • Employment contracts
    • Grievances
    • Disciplinarily issues
    • Redundancies
    • Defending employment tribunals
    • Settlement agreements
    • Performance management
    • Policy management and updates

    London employment law solicitors for individuals

    Experiencing problems at work can be very challenging for employees to deal with. If you feel that you’re being treated unfairly or unlawfully by your employer, it can put a real strain on relationships at work and issues like this can have a huge impact on both you and your loved ones. Our team of expert employment law solicitors in London can help you to navigate whatever you’re dealing with at work, including problems in areas such as:

    • Redundancy
    • Unfair dismissal
    • Constructive dismissal
    • Discrimination
    • Settlement agreement solicitors
    • TUPE and related issues
    • Employment tribunals
    • Wage disputes
    • Civil claims

    Why choose our employment law solicitors in London?

    Whether you’re an employer or an employee in the London area, our team have a wide range of experience in all aspects of employment law, meaning that we’re ideally placed to provide accurate and expert advice on whatever issues you are facing in the workplace. Our support means that you can be sure of specialist representation at every stage of the process, from initial advice right through to the resolution of the case. We always aim for the best possible outcome for our client from the situation and pride ourselves on our proven track record in this area.

    Get in touch with our employment solicitors in London today to find out how we can help you with any employment law issue on 0161 696 6170.

    How can our solicitors assist you in London?

    At Stephensons, our employment law specialists in London bring over three decades of expertise in handling a wide range of employment-related issues. With a comprehensive understanding of employment law nuances, our team is committed to offering bespoke solutions tailored to your specific circumstances.

    We understand the significant impact workplace problems can have, given the substantial time individuals spend at their jobs. That's why our approach centres on providing what we term 'the personal touch' to effectively address your employment concerns.

    Regardless of your position within a company, whether a senior executive or a junior staff member, you can count on receiving unwavering legal representation from our team. Our objective is to provide expert guidance while maintaining transparency and affordability throughout the process.

    Our empathetic employment law solicitors are dedicated to delivering clear and concise legal advice, ensuring you comprehend all available options at every stage.

    Explaining no win no fee employment law

    "No win no fee" employment law describes a legal arrangement where a solicitor agrees to represent a client in an employment dispute without upfront charges. Instead, the solicitor's fees hinge on the case outcome. If the client prevails, the solicitor is entitled to payment, usually a percentage of the awarded compensation. 

    However, if the client loses, the solicitor doesn't receive payment, hence the term "no win no fee." This arrangement enables individuals without the financial means to access legal representation to pursue employment claims without risking fees if the case is unsuccessful.

    Contact our employment law team today

    Navigating workplace issues can be complex and sensitive. At Stephensons, you'll engage with highly trained professionals committed to ensuring a seamless process from start to finish.

    If you're grappling with an employment-related problem or seeking guidance on your rights, don't hesitate to reach out. Schedule an initial consultation by calling 0161 696 6170 or contacting us online.

    Whether you need representation, assistance with claims, or guidance through employment tribunals, Stephensons Solicitors is here to assist you every step of the way.

    Our coverage

    We have offices in all of the following locations and provide our no win no fee employment solicitor services nationwide:

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