Knight-Webb Solicitors Compromise Agreements, London

Compromise Agreements, London

Knight-Webb Solicitors are employment law specialists and have successfully advised on a large number of Settlement Agreement (formerly called Compromise Agreements) for both employers and employees. We are based in Brixton in London but are able to provide appointments by video conference for clients throughout the country at the convenience of clients.

A Settlement Agreement or Compromise Agreement is an agreement in which an employee agrees to compromise his or her legal claims against the employer on agreed financial and other terms. It is basically a document that records an employee’s agreement not to pursue a claim such as unfair dismissal, redundancy, or contracts of Employment related breaches. Negotiating a Settlement Agreement or Compromise Agreement can be a complicated process and Knight-Webb Solicitors have many years of experience in this field.

If you have a query regarding Settlement or Compromise Agreements, please visit our Compromise Agreements FAQ page. If you would like to speak to us please contact Knight-Webb Solicitors in London.

Compromise Agreement for Employers

If you have been offered a compromise agreement by your employers and asked to take legal advice, please do not hesitate in contacting us today. We have many years experience in dealing with employee related concerns.

Compromise Agreement for Employees

Whether you are a large or small business, if you would like advice regarding an issue with your employees, we can help you. We have many clients who are employers and have years of experience in advising on employment disputes. Please contact us today.

Employment Law Advice, London

As well as offering advice on Compromise Agreements, we provide advice on all aspects of employment law including:

I Live Outside of London, Can I Still Speak to You?

Even though we are based in London, we have many clients further afield. If you are based outside of London, please contact us today and we can arrange a telephone conference.