Friendly, Sympathetic, Experienced Employment Law Team


Hanne & co – commercial solicitors london - David


Do you need a lawyer to review your Settlement Agreement or to help you with your employment issue?

Hanne & Co have an expert Employment Law team, with many years’ experience, who can help you with the minimum of fuss.


Settlement Agreements
Settlement Agreements are written in legal language and often contain complicated clauses concerning restrictions on your ability to work following termination of your contract and the tax implications of any severance payment. An Agreement may also include a draft reference. We provide clear and coherent advice to you about the terms of your Agreement.

Where an Agreement is inadequate or where you believe that you should be paid more than the amount payable in the draft Agreement, we can attempt to negotiate an amendment to the Agreement. We can also advise you on your options which may include not signing the Agreement and making a claim to the Employment Tribunal.

If your employer has already proposed a draft settlement agreement, you will need to obtain legal advice on the Agreement for it to be valid and enforceable. Most employers make a full contribution toward the employee’s legal fees, so in these circumstances there is nothing for you to pay for the legal advice received.


Employment Issues
We can advise you and represent you on all aspects of your claim, including liaising with your employer and/or their representatives and preparing and representing you at Employment Tribunal. We will also advise you in relation to the negotiation and settlement of any claim.

We provide straightforward, expert and practical advice on issues such as:

• Disciplinary or performance related proceedings
• Settlement agreements
• Unfair or wrongful dismissal
• Discrimination
• Negotiating your contract of employment
• Work-related stress
• Bullying at work
• Public interest disclosure (whistleblowing)
• Employment tribunal procedure
• Transfer of business (TUPE)
• Equal pay, wages and working time regulations


You can contact us on 0207 326 9446 (Monday to Friday 09.30-17.30) or alternatively use the contact form below.


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