Employment Law Solicitors
As employment plays such an important role in many of our lives, there is a substantial amount of legislation in place to guide and inform it. Lodders’ employment law solicitors based in Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham, advise both employers and employees on all aspects of employment law.
Lodders’ employment law teamwork with a range of clients, from owners and managers of SMEs and large corporations, through to long-serving employees and senior directors. From drafting contracts and policies to negotiating settlements and conducting employment tribunals, we regularly advise on both contentious and non-contentious issues. Where possible, we always aim to ensure practical solutions are adopted in the workplace, and when relationships have broken down, that a fair conclusion is reached.
Our employment lawyers offer accurate, no-nonsense HR and legal advice to a wide range of businesses that require “hands-on” assistance with the complexities of employment law. We help our clients to manage important employment relationships by delivering practical, operational, and strategic advice with a focus on commercial solutions.
Having handled a large number of complicated reorganisations and multi-party transfer of undertakings (TUPE) cases, our experience allows us to provide expert advice on the employment aspects of transactions, reorganisations, and redundancies.
Lodders’ employment solicitors in Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon act for a wide range of employees throughout Warwickshire, London and the South West.
We can advise from the outset of an employee’s problems at work, placing the employee in the best tactical position and, should it be necessary, we continue all the way to the conclusion of employment tribunals or hearings in other forums.
Our work covers non-contentious advice, such as reviewing contracts of employment, directors’ service agreements, consultancy agreements, and settlement agreements (previously known as compromise agreements).
We’ve gained a particularly good reputation for advising senior employees, directors and stakeholders on termination issues, including negotiating very favourable exit packages.
Our work in this area was recognised by the Legal 500, which stated that Lodders ‘is particularly adept at acting for senior directors, high-net-worth individuals, and former sportsmen. The team has in-depth knowledge of termination issues, particularly exit packages, in relation to senior employees, directors and stakeholders.’
Lodders’ employment solicitors have also acted regularly in relation to regulatory matters, with Nick Rowe having successfully acted in cases concerning the Rugby Football Union, the General Medical Council, the Financial Conduct Authority and HCPC.