We will work closely with you and offer flexible fee arrangements. We will provide you with a breakdown of spending at each stage and discuss options to achieve the best outcome for you.
Once an offer of employment has been made, we can help you negotiate your employment package and advise on your service agreement to ensure there are no nasty surprises.
We offer same or next day appointments and can offer a fixed fee, no win no fee and other financial arrangements to suit your individual needs.
General advice on certain specific areas of the law is set out below:-
We provide quick, independent legal advice to both employers and employees. We can provide you with same or next day appointments and if four or more people are seeking legal advice from us we can travel to your place of work. Our employment team have considerable experience in advising upon and negotiating compromise agreements and provide practical and thorough advice at what is often a difficult and emotional time.
If you believe that your employer is treating you at work in a way that is unacceptable, you may think you have been constructively dismissed. It’s crucial to take legal advice to ensure that you don’t lose your employment rights.
Because contracts don’t have to describe all of your employee rights, it’s worth taking advice about what those rights are. AN Law have considerable experience in advising on where you stand in terms of employment and can provide advice on fixed term contracts.
So long as you have been employed continuously by the same employer for a qualifying period of one year (and less in some cases) , you may be able to claim compensation if you are dismissed without good cause. It is enormously complex but if you consider that your dismissal might be unfair, you have a right to bring a claim to an employment tribunal for compensation. AN Law are experienced in providing legal advice in cases of unfair dismissal.
If you feel that your employer has discriminated against you because of your gender, age, race or ethnic background, sexual orientation or because of a disability, you may be able to complain to an employment tribunal to compensate you for this.