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Contractual Issues / Breach of Contract Employment Legal Advice

Contractual issues can be a delicate issue for an employee to raise at any level. For high-level employees and executives, it is recommended you seek advice from an expert employment lawyer in advance of any potentially contentious discussion involving the terms of your employment contract. Our high calibre team of employment solicitors regularly advise senior executives on contractual issues surrounding their appointment or departure, as well as any issues regarding secondment or migration in the workplace.

Cavendish Employment Law are experts in the employment law field, with a well-earned reputation for successful representation in contentious employment matters, and an in-depth understanding of business and the global corporate landscape. We are also well-versed in handling cross-jurisdictional issues and international relocations. We regularly act for executives employed particularly in the banking and financial sector but also in media, public sector, energy, the creative industry, business services and manufacturing sectors. We represent senior board directors as well as directors of privately owned companies.

Human resource and the contracts by which employees and businesses are bound are an instrumental part of any business. The impact of a breach of an employment contract can be significant, and it is crucial where there is an indication of a breach that you seek specialist advice from a team of experienced employment solicitors. We advise SMEs, Charities, Schools and other organisations in employment matters, offering pragmatic advice and guidance on employment law issues.

 

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Breach of Employment Contract

An employer should not vary the terms of a contract of employment without your consent. Consent can be verbal or in writing or indeed implied where you continue to work under the new terms for an appreciable period with full knowledge of the change in terms. It may be that your employer has expressly reserved the right to unilaterally vary the terms of the contract. However, the courts have a strict and narrow approach to such provisions. For example, an employer may be open to a breach of contract claim where they sought to vary or introduce new terms affecting fundamental contractual rights.

Our solicitors are committed to finding the best possible solution for our clients and will adopt various conciliation methods to resolve any dispute before considering litigation. Where court proceedings are necessary, our highly skilled and specialist employment law litigators will be on hand to represent you.

Cavendish Employment Law is founded on the ethos of providing responsive, solution-focused legal advice with full transparency as to cost. We understand that handling an employment law issue against a sizeable corporation is stressful enough without the worry of cost. We provide executives and employees with flexible cost options including fixed fee, capped fee, hourly charges and insurance cover. Depending on the value of the claim, we can provide advice on a 'no-win, no-fee' basis.

Contact our Employment Law Solicitors for Breach of Contract Legal Advice

We are a team of high-calibre employment law litigators, recognised for our advocacy skills and excellent client satisfaction. We specialise in handling complex and high-value claims on behalf of directors, executives, senior management and employees, particularly in the financial industry.  We also advise SME's, Charities, Schools and other organisations on employment law matters.  We are experts in the employment field with an outstanding track record of success in contentious cases against some of the City's largest institutions. Give us a call to discuss how we can help you today on 0203 811 7663 or complete our online enquiry form and one of our team will be in touch shortly.


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