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Analysis Legal Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. We advise HR professionals and owner-managers on all aspects of employment law, delivering high quality advice at competitive rates and with tailored packages. We advise individuals on all employment law issues including grievances and Employment Tribunal claims and we provide independent legal advice in relation to settlement agreements.

Our team of employment lawyers have all gained extensive experience at top national law firms before joining Analysis Legal. Contact our lawyers to access quality employment law advice at a sensible cost.
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read more › At Analysis Legal, we have taken our years of experience working at major national and international law firms and translated this into a niche employment practice working with both employers and individuals. We deliver the same high quality legal advice and professional service provided by the country's top firms. But, because we have kept our overheads low, we are able to do this at substantially lower rates than the national and international firms where we have worked previously. Giving you clear recommendations, practical solutions and guidance - we will not just recite the law and we will not sit on the fence.

read more › We understand how stressful it can be when problems arise at work. We will work with you to reduce this stress by ensuring that you understand your legal rights and by giving you strategic advice to deal with these issues to achieve the best possible outcome for you. Your case will be managed by one of the experienced Employment Law Solicitors in our team, meaning you can be sure you have access to the same (if not better) quality of advice as your employer. We will give you plain English advice without legal jargon and with clear recommendations.

read more › Typically, small and medium sized businesses do not command the same discounted rates that are generally in place between the big firms and their top clients. This means that they are faced with a difficult decision - pay top rates for quality advice or compromise on quality in order to cut costs. In our experience, clients who go for the latter often end up getting their fingers burnt and reverting to the big firms, either because the advice is uncommercial and risk averse, or because they have found themselves facing an employment tribunal.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. As legally binding documents which form the basis of the employment relationship between both employer and employee, contracts of employment are of the upmost importance. It is essential that all members of staff are provided with a contract of employment within two months of starting work, and this must include certain information in order to comply with the requirements of the Employment Rights Act 1996.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. Restrictive covenants are complex contractual provisions which potentially may have significant consequences for employees and their employers when breached. Therefore, it is essential for both parties to understand the role of restrictive covenants and the impact they can have on their respective futures. While your employees are key to the success of your business, they can also present you with a certain amount of risk should any disputes arise.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. Due to increasing uncertainty in the current financial market, many businesses are faced with making cutbacks. Unfortunately, this often means reducing staffing costs through redundancy. When making redundancies is unavoidable, it pays to enlist the services of a specialist employment solicitor, to ensure that the best approach is adopted.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. At the heart of every successful business there should be a dedicated team of employees. As representatives of your company, you rely on their professionalism to drive your business forwards. While your employees can be your main asset, they can also present you with problems and risk when disputes arise. As specialists in employment law, we regularly encounter unfortunate instances where disputes occur at work and result in Employment Tribunals.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. For employers throughout the UK, discrimination claims may potentially be costly and reputationally damaging. This can have a significant impact on small to medium sized businesses, as well as larger organisations. As specialists in all areas of UK employment law, our solicitors can provide expert legal advice on discrimination at work and any existing action against your company.

read more › Once again Analysis Legal LLP is a leading firm in the Legal 500 directory, which states the firm 'contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers'. Behind every successful business you will find a dedicated and professional workforce. However, even in the most successful businesses disputes over issues such as performance, disciplinary issues, grievances and sickness are sometimes unavoidable. As an employer, you may feel that you have strong grounds to dismiss one of your employees for a particular reason.

read more › A Settlement Agreement (formerly known as a compromise agreement) is a written contractual document entered into and signed by employer and employee. The employer will generally agree to pay the employee a sum of money and in return the employee will agree not to bring any legal claims, such as unfair dismissal, relating to their employment and/or its termination against the employer. Settlement agreements can be quite lengthy and complicated documents. If you are drafting a settlement agreement for an employee or you are an employee who needs independent advice on the terms, it is important to take advice from a specialist employment lawyer.

read more › We are always open to expanding our team for the right person. If you are a UK qualified solicitor with at least 5 years' PQE and are interested in working with us, please get in touch via info@analysislegal.co.uk. Our consultants are either home based or work from one of our offices or a mixture of both. We are interested in candidates who wish to work full or part time as we appreciate that there are good lawyers out there who don't want to work the traditional hours or in the traditional way.

read more › We understand that being involved in a Tribunal claim can be a stressful and daunting process and people want to have some cost certainty before embarking on it. We have set out below some cost information to help you have some visibility of the likely costs of representation. You should check whether or not you have insurance cover for legal fees. Our hourly rates vary between 100 and 250 plus VAT. The rate depends on the level of qualification of the solicitor dealing with the matter and the complexity of the matter.

read more › Our office is located in Bramhall, Stockport, Cheshire which means we are within easy reach of; Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Wilmslow, Handforth, Poynton, Didsbury, Heald Green and all areas of Cheshire and Greater Manchester as well as Manchester Airport. However, our clients are based all over the UK and we regularly travel to client sites or advise remotely so location is never a problem. We want to give you the best possible service. However, if at any point you become unhappy or concerned about the service we have provided then you should inform us immediately, so that we can do our best to resolve the problem.

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