Compromise Agreements usually involve payment of a financial settlement to an employee in return for which the employee agrees not to claim against their employer.
They're a useful way of resolving potentially difficult disputes in a speedy, confidential and structured way and often include an agreed reference for use with prospective employers. Employers will usually pay for the legal costs of their employee seeking legal advice.
The implications of a Compromise Agreement must be explained to you by an independent solicitor before the agreement becomes legally binding.
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Our Compromise Agreements Team
- Kevin Grant
SolicitorKevin qualified as a solicitor in 2003. His caseload involves employment law, personal injury, debt collection, land disputes, landlord and tenant, contract and tort disputes (including professional negligence claims) and construction disputes.
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