Specialist Employment Law Practice
Also advising on Company and Commercial Law
Knight-Webb Solicitors is a specialist employment law practice providing a first-rate, cost-effective and personal service to clients. We also advise on commercial and company law matters including the sale of businesses. We are based in Dulwich in south-east London, but are able to arrange appointments in Central London.
Our ethos is simple: business overheads are deliberately kept low and cost savings passed directly to clients in the form of lower fees with no compromise on quality of service.
More about Knight-Webb Solicitors
Employment law services
The Principal solicitor at the firm is Sunita Knight-Webb. Prior to setting up Knight-Webb Solicitors, she practised for several years at a City law firm. She has extensive experience of advising businesses and employees on a wide range of employment law issues.
Sunita Knight-Webb is a member of the Employment Lawyers’ Association and has a
degree in law from Cambridge University.
Please contact us on 0207 207 6195 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements in detail.
This firm is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. SRA no. 421748.
What Do You Need From Your Employment Solicitor?
A Settlement Agreement (formerly known as a Compromise Agreement) is a contract in which an employee agrees to settle his or her legal claims against the employer on agreed financial and other terms. Settlement agreements are commonly used to resolve disputes between an employer and employee and as a way for the parties to agree terms for the termination of the employment.
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Redundancy may happen because a workplace is closing down, or because fewer employees are needed for work of a particular kind at a particular location. Statutory redundancy pay is calculated on a formula based on the employee's age, length of service and weekly pay (capped).
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Discrimination at Work
We have particular expertise in handling complex discrimination claims. Workplace discrimination is unlawful if the reason for the treatment is age discrimination, disability discrimination, race discrimination, (including religion or belief), maternity or pregnancy, sex discrimination.
We also have considerable experience of advising on claims relating to Whistleblowing at Work.
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Every employer is required to give each employee a written statement of particulars of certain terms of their contract of employment no later than two months after the beginning of their employment.
Read about how we can help with an employment contract.