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Barristers4u can help you find the correct employment barrister from private to public sector organisations to, then, individual employees and directors. If you have an employment dispute, we can reduce your legal costs and save you time by giving expert employment law advice in the UK.

Usually employment contract advice can be expensive, and it important to look carefully for the correct employment lawyer. There are many employment consultants, who can offer advice on unfair dismissals and particular issues at work, but barristers are highly measured and should be seriously considered. Our specially selected barristers will have considerable TUPE experience (Transfer of Undertaking and Protection of Employees). TUPE is relevant in terms of mergers and acquisitions, especially when redundancies or changes to your position are significantly affected due to new management. In addition, barristers are very knowledgeable in restrictive covenants, due to their knowledge, under land law, which associates with employment issues. It is fundamental to understand the enforceability of restrictive covenants, as it will always depend on the factual circumstances of the case. Employers cannot simply restrict you from not applying to another job due your experience and knowledge, but it can be in certain exceptional circumstances. Our barristers can inform you on a step by step basis.

Employment Law Advice towards Employers and Employees’

Every employer has to be very careful when handling a termination of employment. There are so many factors an employer will now have to take into account to treating their employees’ correctly. Here are some concepts you may need to think of when dealing with an employment dispute.

Compromise Agreements

A compromise agreement is legally binding, following the termination of employment, and to which it brings your employment to an end. Currently, employers for many years are using these agreements to prevent future complaints to an employment tribunal. It is important to take legal advice, on the agreement, for the contract to be valid. How much are compromise agreements? With our service, we can offer you a fixed fee with a free quote on your employment case.


Typically, redundancy can often be a tough experience, and many may feel completely vulnerable when these situations occur. Technology has now developed; new high-tech innovations would now render all sorts of professions. Our barristers can offer redundancy legal advice, and inform you of your rights. It is a sensitive area, and if the individual considers this being an unfair dismissal, it is recommended to seek professional advice immediately.

What is unfair dismissal?

Unfair dismissal is when your employment contract is terminated and your employer did not have fair reason to do so. They may have handled your dismissal in the wrong procedure. In this day and age everyone are being increasingly aware of their rights as we are all protected by law against any of these eventualities. If you have a case of unfair dismissal, and you have particular issues at work, it is important to get expert legal advice. Barristers4u will get you an “Issues at Work Barrister” due to our high numbers of legal representatives. You may be even entitled automatic dismissal compensation. There are many types of dismissal cases and it is important to be clearly informed to take the correct steps to your employment dispute.

There are unfair dismissal lawyers who can specify every inch of your case, and they would potentially solve a very stressful period in your working life. If you have any other employment law questions, please feel free to contact us, and we can direct you to a barrister who will take your case further.

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Barristers are often cheaper than solicitors because they don't have the same level of overheads. You pay a Barrister for their time and expertise, not the expensive running costs of modern offices and administration.

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  • Can you provide legal advice or representation?
    Yes. We have access to 1,000 Barristers at 210 different chambers in England & Wales. We can compare them for you. If you have a particular budget we will try to get you legal representation to fit that budget.
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    Barristers are experts in the law and provide a high level of skill when advocacy is required to present your case in a Court or Tribunal. Most Barristers do not conduct litigation but, if needed, Barristers4U can provide those who are now approved to do so by the Bar Standards Board. We can advise who is best placed to help you once we have reviewed your enquiry.
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    We are very flexible and can work to a fixed fee or, alternatively, to your budget. All fees are agreed before the work is completed so you always know where you stand. Our Barristers’ overheads are low. This and our technology means you can access leading legal minds across England and Wales at a time and price that suits you.
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