Settlement Agreement Advice for Employees in Canary Wharf

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Posted on 04 Feb 2020

If you've been given a settlement agreement and work in or around the Canary Wharf or London area, contact us on 020 7042 7200 to ask questions or to make an appointment.

During the coronavirus pandemic we are able to advise you remotely, by email, phone or video call. Do leave a message if you don't get through - we always respond to all enquiries. 

For settlement agreement FAQs please click here.

The advantages of using Doyle Clayton to help and advise you with your settlement agreement are:

  • Fixed Fees: your employer should contribute to your legal costs and this normally covers our bill. If any additional work or help is needed, it will be agreed with you so that there are no surprises.
  • Convenience: we will advise you promptly - by phone or video call. Once we return to office-based work and if you would like to meet in-person, we will arrange a time that suits you at our office at One Canada Square (Level 10), Canary Wharf, E14 5AA.
  • A smooth process: you'll be advised by an experienced employment lawyer. We’ll cut through the jargon and explain everything in simple, plain English, before letting you know your options. 
  • Expertise: the legal directories (Chambers Guide and The Legal 500) which review all of the UK's large and specialist law firms rate us as one of the best in the country and we're regularly asked to advise senior executives and employees in the financial services, insurance, tech and legal sectors. 

To get in touch please phone us on 020 7042 7200, email us at or use the contact form here.

Got a question? We’ve put together some frequently asked questions about settlement agreements - click here

Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession 2020:

"If you want a boutique specialist employment firm, they're your go-to." 

"They're strong across the board and it's difficult to find any areas of weakness."

Legal 500 Guide 2020:

“The country’s leading specialist law firm in employment.”

The articles published on this website, current at the date of publication, are for reference purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your own circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action.

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