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Employment law for individuals

We have also built up a strong and successful track record of representing all level of employees in disputes with their employers. This is because we understand that if you come to us for employment law advice, what you are looking for is a prompt, clear-thinking and cost effective service. We will always recommend an initial consultation, giving you the time and information to best decide how to proceed. We regularly advise our clients on the following:

Settlement Agreements (previously named Compromise Agreements)

Rights in redundancy situations

Grievance procedures

Maternity and paternity rights

Unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal

Constructive dismissal situations

Discrimination – on the grounds of sex, sexuality, race, religion, age or disability

Employment law for businesses

Our employment lawyers have an established reputation for advising clients seeking practical, cost-effective and comprehensive employment law advice.

We understand that the continual flow of new case law and changing legislation makes employment law a daunting challenge for employers, imposing a significant burden in terms of costs and management time.

Our aim is to minimise this burden by finding timely solutions to potential contentious issues, nipping them in the bud before they escalate into legal proceedings.

And in this way, you can rest assured knowing that not only are you receiving legal advice that puts your best interests first but that it is in line with your company’s budget.



We can advise you on a full range of employment law matters, including:

Employment contracts

Employee terminations and settlement agreements


Disciplinary and grievance procedures


Employment tribunals

“Having established a start-up financial planning business in Windsor, I needed straight talking, effective and reliable legal advice when I began to employ folk. Goldstein delivered on precisely what I needed; all deadlines met with work of the highest standard.”

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