We specialise in employment law. It is all we do. All of our team are qualified solicitors with many years of experience in this field. Whether you are an employer or an employee we can advise you on all areas of employment law. We can draft and sign off on Settlement Agreements with a quick turnaround. We can talk you through a redundancy process, performance issues, how to deal with disciplinaries and grievances. We can advise you on post termination restrictions and whether they are enforceable. We are experts in Employment Tribunal claims, whether you are bringing a claim or defending one. We listen and we work with you to achieve your aims. We are always delighted to take on new clients and so, if you are looking to instruct an employment solicitor, please get in touch. We are here.More About Us
J : E Solicitors specialise in employment law, partnership law and associated disputes. We are all qualified employment solicitors, experts in our field with many years of experience.
We have offices in Guildford, Surrey; Central London; Brighton, Sussex & Wokingham, Berkshire.
We act for clients based all over the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and the USA. We can hold meetings in person, over the phone or by video link. Whatever you prefer, we will work with you.
We identify your goals at the outset. We guarantee to use our knowledge, experience and skills to achieve your goals and give you the best prospect of success.
In the last 5 years we have had 100% success in the Employment Tribunal, defending claims for our employer clients. We work with employers in the public, private and the not-for-profit sectors. We offer a reduction in our fees for registered charities.
90% of our employee clients bringing Employment Tribunal claims are successful in winning compensation.
We will never baffle you with legal jargon.
Many solicitors themselves choose us to represent them and refer their clients to us.
We specialise in bringing and defending high value claims, achieving settlements for our private clients from many thousands of pounds to well over £1m. We successfully help our employer clients defend claims for similar amounts.
I needed some advice on a settlement agreement. Helen called me back promptly & dealt with the agreement for me within 24 hours (actually the same day!). Totally professional & friendly advice & would highly recommend to anyone. 2020 Client Testimonial
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There are no hard and fast rules about how long an employee should be given to consider an offer made to them under the terms of a Settlement Agreement. However, ACAS who are an independent public body funded by the government, produce helpful guidance on various employment related issues including Settlement Agreements. This guidance is not set down in law but is often referred to in Employment Tribunal cases as good practice.Continue Reading…
HMRC have updated is guidance to confirm that an employer can use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for employees who have caring responsibilities as a result of COVID-19. This includes employees who are now unable to work (including from home) because of school closures.Continue Reading…