I was delighted to assist my client who faced unfair disciplinary proceedings at work and had been subject to disability discrimination by her employer. Please read on to find out more.
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I was delighted to help my client with her Settlement Agreement after she had initiated without prejudice negotiations with her employer. I was also very grateful to receive a 5-star review. Please read on to find out more.
I have recently advised a client who became an unexpected participant in a capability procedure at work. My client believed the capability procedure was unjustified but they did not know what action they could take to protect themselves at work. Read on to learn more.
Statements made in a genuine attempt to settle an existing dispute would generally be prevented from being put before a Court or Tribunal as evidence of admissions against the interest of the party that made them. This is known as the Without Prejudice rule. Essentially statements can be made by a party without that party losing or prejudicing their legal rights. Read on for more information on its relevance in employment related disputes.
I was delighted to recently help my client with his Settlement Agreement. I was also very grateful to receive a 5-star review. Please read on to find out more.
I recently concluded an Employment Tribunal claim for my client who had suffered a campaign of discrimination from their employer. Please read on for information about how I helped, along with my client’s lovely review.
I am delighted to have helped my client achieve a settlement with their employer. Read on to learn more.
I was delighted to assist a client who was experiencing difficulties at work. For more details about my client’s situation, please read on.
At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we have seen a rise in clients heading their documents and correspondence to their employers as being “Without Prejudice”. Whilst it is important that some documents are marked in this way, unfortunately, the phrase is often misused. For further information about when documents should be marked with “Without Prejudice” please read on.