All services for employees

If you need help or advice with any employment issue, talk to us today. Our specialist employment law solicitors are experts in their field with decades of experience between them, and will represent your interests calmly and professionally.  

We advise employees on all matters of employment law, focussing particularly on issues affecting senior executives. We frequently advise employees on exit strategies when continued employment is no longer viable, assessing the best exit strategy for your circumstances. 

At Lombards we have built a reputation for securing excellent terms when negotiating exit packages, ensuring that you get the best possible outcome.

As a niche employment law firm, representing employees in the often complex world of employment law is what we do day-to-day. We have  detailed knowledge of all aspects of employment law, including redundancy, restructuring and settlement agreements. 

If you have a concern about an employment law issue such as a bonus, restrictive covenant, discrimination, whistleblowing, unfair dismissal, or something else we are here to help you. We will always work to your best interests and will be honest about the possible outcomes. We won’t suggest action that we think puts you at risk.

Many situations can be solved without court action, but if your dispute is not resolved, we can represent you in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, County Court and High Court.

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Matt is the founder of Lombards and advises employers and employees on all aspects of employment law. Matt has built up exceptional experience and knowledge from his time at leading employment law firms, including at a well-known City employment law firm. Matt is an accomplished legal commentator, regularly appearing on Sky News to talk about employment law issues that affect both employers and employees and his employment law articles are featured in The Guardian and The Independent.