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All employees must have an employment contract with their employer. From the 1st April 2020 all workers must have a contract also. The contract must be provided by the employer from the first day of employment.

A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s:

  • employment conditions
  • rights
  • responsibilities
  • duties

These are called the ‘terms’ of the contract.

Protect your business by ensuring that your contracts deal with things like intellectual property, confidentiality, restrictions on termination of employment and so on.

How we can help

We specialise in employment law and can provide various contracts 

  • Junior Employee Agreements
  • Senior Employee Agreements
  • Self Employed Contractor Agreements
  • Non Disclosure Agreements 
  • Director Service Agreements
  • Agency Worker Agreements
  • Zero Hour Agreements 
  • Confidentiality Agreements
Our Fees

Our fees vary depending on your circumstances and your needs. 

Fixed Fee

Where our clients need advice or support we prefer to charge a fixed fee so as to give our clients the peace of mind. We have a fixed price solutions for certain services.


Where you need ongoing support, we find that the best fee arrangement is a retainer, whereby for an agreed monthly fee you have access to unlimited legal advice and support.

Time Charges

Where the circumstances are unpredictable and it is unclear how long it will take for us to deal with the matter, we then may offer you a time based fee arrangement, whereby we charge you for the worked carried out at an agreed hourly rate.

Given our business model, we are able to offer our clients an extremely competitive hourly rate of £150 per hour.

Capped Fees

Where we charge you for the services at an hourly rate, we may also offer to cap your fees. i.e. whereby you can spend less, but never more than an agreed amount.

Flexible and Transparent

Whatever the fee arrangement, we pride ourselves in being flexible and transparent with our fees  and these will always be agreed from the onset so there are no hidden surprises. 

How we work

We aim to get to know you and your business. That is why our first consultation is always free. Although you would be instructing us for business purposes, relationship between a solicitor and a client is one built on trust and interpersonal relationship and so it is important that you feel comfortable and confident in your solicitor’s ability to take care of your business well.

Sometimes you may not need our assistance and a chat will be enough. Whatever your needs we will work together to find the best solution for you and your business.

Employment Contracts

All employees must have a contract with their employer. A contract is an agreement that sets out an employee’s employment conditions, rights, responsibilities, duties.

Zero Hour Contracts

Zero-hours contracts are also known as casual contracts. Zero-hours contracts are usually for ‘piece work’ or ‘on call’ work.

Contractor Agreements

This Self Employed Contractor Agreement is a generic agreement which can be used by a business for a variety of different freelance contractor roles.

Personal Service Companies

Personal service companies are limited companies, which are usually set up as one-man bands. Agreements with personal service companies should also have a personal guarantee and undertaking of the director or shareholder.

Agency Worker Contracts

An agency worker is someone with a special working arrangement. An agency worker has a contract with an agency and you should have a contract with the agency to protect your business and its assets such as client and supplier lists.

Director Service Agreements

An executive director has certain rights and obligations as an employee as well as a director of a company. Set out director’s duties, obligations, restrictive covenants, intellectual property and confidentiality provisions  within director service agreement.  

Updates & Insight

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have to issue a contract?

Employers are legally required, by the Employment Rights Act 1996, to give employees a written statement of particulars of employment. From 6 April 2020, all new employees and workers will have the right to a statement of written particulars from their first day of employment.

What are the consequences if you don’t?

Unless an employer can demonstrate that there are exceptional circumstances, employees could be entitled to an award of between two and four weeks’ pay if their employer fails to provide them with a written statement of initial employment particulars or of any changes to their terms of employment. 

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