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Employment Law For You

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NewLaw’s Employment law specialists are dedicated to getting the best results for clients who have experienced problems with their employers.

  • Our goal is to put our clients back in the position they would have been in had they not suffered problems in the workplace
  • National Solicitors with offices in England, Scotland and Wales
  • We offer a free 30 minute consultation to assess your case, for which a number of funding options are available

When you need an Employment Law solicitor who puts you first, call NewLaw Solicitors on 0333 003 1909

If you have been dismissed by your employer and believe it to be unreasonable or unfair, with no grounds to be dismissed, you may be able to claim against your employer.

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An employer may offer an employee a Settlement Agreement (formerly called a compromise agreement). This is in order to terminate their employment on the condition that the employee gives up their right to bring a claim to the Employment Tribunal. One section of this must be signed by a solicitor in order for it to be valid.

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NewLaw solicitors has experienced and skilled lawyers who can help with employment issues. Employment tribunals are designed to determine issues surrounding employment rights where there has been a dispute between an employee and an employer.

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If your employer has an issue with your conduct or performance at work and you feel the matters raised are unfair, you should contact an expert Employment Law solicitor to help you with your disciplinary or grievance problem.

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Since the spring of 2014, a person must first try and settle their dispute before bringing a claim to the Tribunal. The way in which they must do this is by using the ACAS Early Conciliation Service. Once ACAS have been contacted, the process begins. This will temporarily pause the limitation period.

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Read about your holiday rights, whether concerning maternity leave, pay entitlement for holidays or when you are leaving an employer.

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If you think there isn't a genuine reason for your redundancy, you may be entitled to make a claim against your employer.

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Maternity and Paternity rights can be unclear sometimes. However, our Employment Law solicitors can provide you with the information that you need to protect your rights as new and expectant mothers, along with their partners.

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It is illegal for your employer to discriminate you on the grounds of age, disability, race, religion, marriage, maternity, sexual orientation or gender.

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Do you know what pay you are entitled to for sickness, holidays or any notice given? NewLaw's Employment Law solicitors have the experience to help you with the right support and advice.

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If you have been dismissed by your employer and believe it to be unreasonable or unfair, with no grounds to be dismissed, you may be able to claim against your employer.

Close More info

An employer may offer an employee a Settlement Agreement (formerly called a compromise agreement). This is in order to terminate their employment on the condition that the employee gives up their right to bring a claim to the Employment Tribunal. One section of this must be signed by a solicitor in order for it to be valid.

Close More info

NewLaw solicitors has experienced and skilled lawyers who can help with employment issues. Employment tribunals are designed to determine issues surrounding employment rights where there has been a dispute between an employee and an employer.

Close More info

If your employer has an issue with your conduct or performance at work and you feel the matters raised are unfair, you should contact an expert Employment Law solicitor to help you with your disciplinary or grievance problem.

Close More info

Since the spring of 2014, a person must first try and settle their dispute before bringing a claim to the Tribunal. The way in which they must do this is by using the ACAS Early Conciliation Service. Once ACAS have been contacted, the process begins. This will temporarily pause the limitation period.

Close More info

Read about your holiday rights, whether concerning maternity leave, pay entitlement for holidays or when you are leaving an employer.

Close More info

If you think there isn't a genuine reason for your redundancy, you may be entitled to make a claim against your employer.

Close More info

Maternity and Paternity rights can be unclear sometimes. However, our Employment Law solicitors can provide you with the information that you need to protect your rights as new and expectant mothers, along with their partners.

Close More info

It is illegal for your employer to discriminate you on the grounds of age, disability, race, religion, marriage, maternity, sexual orientation or gender.

Close More info

Do you know what pay you are entitled to for sickness, holidays or any notice given? NewLaw's Employment Law solicitors have the experience to help you with the right support and advice.

Close More info

If you have been dismissed by your employer and believe it to be unreasonable or unfair, with no grounds to be dismissed, you may be able to claim against your employer.

Close More info

An employer may offer an employee a Settlement Agreement (formerly called a compromise agreement). This is in order to terminate their employment on the condition that the employee gives up their right to bring a claim to the Employment Tribunal. One section of this must be signed by a solicitor in order for it to be valid.

Close More info

NewLaw solicitors has experienced and skilled lawyers who can help with employment issues. Employment tribunals are designed to determine issues surrounding employment rights where there has been a dispute between an employee and an employer.

Close More info

If your employer has an issue with your conduct or performance at work and you feel the matters raised are unfair, you should contact an expert Employment Law solicitor to help you with your disciplinary or grievance problem.

Close More info

Since the spring of 2014, a person must first try and settle their dispute before bringing a claim to the Tribunal. The way in which they must do this is by using the ACAS Early Conciliation Service. Once ACAS have been contacted, the process begins. This will temporarily pause the limitation period.

Close More info

Read about your holiday rights, whether concerning maternity leave, pay entitlement for holidays or when you are leaving an employer.

Close More info

If you think there isn't a genuine reason for your redundancy, you may be entitled to make a claim against your employer.

Close More info

Maternity and Paternity rights can be unclear sometimes. However, our Employment Law solicitors can provide you with the information that you need to protect your rights as new and expectant mothers, along with their partners.

Close More info

It is illegal for your employer to discriminate you on the grounds of age, disability, race, religion, marriage, maternity, sexual orientation or gender.

Close More info

Do you know what pay you are entitled to for sickness, holidays or any notice given? NewLaw's Employment Law solicitors have the experience to help you with the right support and advice.

Close More info

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