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Employment Law, Breach of Contract, Warranties, Redundancy, Compromise Agreement

February 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Contract of Employment, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Employment Tribunals, Enhanced Redundancy Pay, Independent Legal Advice, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Redundancy Pay, Repayment of Redundancy Pay, Restrictive Covenants, Severance Pay, Summary Dismissal, Termination of Employment, Warranties, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

Following on from our previous post, working for another company whilst employed and where this has been expressly prohibited in you employment contract, would constitute a breach of contract. Your employer would be entitled to seek damages for this. Furthermore, if you are facing redundancy, your employer will usually provide you with a compromise agreement. […]

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Employment Law, Redundancy, Employment Contract, Breach of Contract

February 21st, 2013 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Contract of Employment, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Employment Tribunals, Independent Legal Advice, Necessity for Legal Advice on the Terms of Your Compromise Agreement, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Restrictive Covenants, Termination Date, Termination of Employment, Warranties, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

From our experience in dealing with redundancies, we have encountered situations where employees who, as per the terms of their employment contracts were not meant to work for anyone else whilst employed by their employers, have done so. In one instance, an employer working within the IT sector, with a creative job, in fact carried […]

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Redundancy, Compromise Agreement, Adviser’s Certificate, Independent Legal Advice

February 11th, 2013 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Adviser's Certificate in Your Compromise Agreement, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Employment Tribunals, Independent Legal Advice, Necessity for Legal Advice on the Terms of Your Compromise Agreement, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Redundancy Pay, Severance Pay, Warranties, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

In redundancies and in respect of compromise agreements, the idea behind the adviser’s certificate is to signify that independent legal advice has been given to the employee in question. The lawyer providing independent legal advice on the terms of the compromise agreement must sign the adviser’s certificate. Equally most severance agreements will contain a warranty […]

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Compromise Agreement, Warranty, Job Offer

November 15th, 2012 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Employment Tribunals, Job Offer, Job Offer during consultation period, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Warranties, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

There is usually a warranty contained within a compromise agreement where the employee warrants that he or she has not received a job offer. If the employee has in fact received a job offer, he or she would need to ensure that this is deleted before signing the compromise agreement. Otherwise, he or she would […]

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Employment Law, Compromise Agreement, Redundancy

June 11th, 2012 · No Comments · Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Warranties

Compromise agreements are not reserved only for redundancy situations. They are also used where parties have reached a mutual arrangement. The fact that it is a mutual arrangement does not affect the terms of compromise agreement and all the standard warranties should be included in such agreements. If you are being made redundant and require advice […]

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Employment Law, Compromise Agreement, Warranty, Shares, Bonuses, Share Options

October 28th, 2011 · No Comments · Bonus, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Necessity for Legal Advice on the Terms of Your Compromise Agreement, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Share Options, Shares, Warranties

In some cases an employee may have to give a warranty in respect of not pursuing any claims regarding any shares, bonuses or share options after signing the compromise agreement. If an employee has any share options schemes or any shares in the employer company then this must be addressed either in the compromise agreement […]

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Employment Law, Compromise Agreements, Early Signing, Work out Notice, Warranty

October 14th, 2011 · No Comments · Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Independent Legal Advice, Necessity for Legal Advice on the Terms of Your Compromise Agreement, Notice Periods, Redundancies, Redundancy, Redundancy law, Signing Compromise Agreements, Warranties

Sometimes employees are asked to sign a compromise agreement early and work out their notice periods, where they may have at least two to three months left before their termination dates. The usual practice is for the employers to ask the employees to sign additional warranties to cover the period from which the employees sign […]

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Lawyer Employment, Employee Rights, Voluntary Redundancy, Solicitors

March 4th, 2011 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Contract of Employment, Employment Lawyers, Employment Solicitors, Employment Tribunals, Equality Act, Offer from your employer, Offer of Employment, Signing Compromise Agreements, Summary Dismissal, Termination Date, Termination of Employment, Termination Payment, Unfair Dismissal, Voluntary Redundancy, Voluntary Severance, Warranties, Without Prejudice Discussions, Wrongful dismissal, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

If you are an employee you should be aware of a warranty that may be included in your compromise agreement. The warranty would state that the employee confirms that the employee has not accepted an offer of employment. An employe is at risk of being in breach of the employee’s compromise agreement, if the empployee accepts an offer of employment prior to the termination […]

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Employment Lawyers – Outstanding Loans – Compromise Agreements

December 6th, 2009 · 1 Comment · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Outstanding Loans, Warranties

We have done a large section on warranties see http://www.adviceoncompromiseagreements.com/category/warranties. We also wanted to mention that an employer may ask you, as an employee, to give a warranty regarding the payment of outstanding loans to the company, if you owe the company money. The warranty may be worded as follows:- ” You warrant that there are […]

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Advice on Employment Law – Return of Property to Employers

November 16th, 2009 · No Comments · About Compromise Agreement Blog, Compromise Agreement Solicitor, Compromise Agreement Solicitors, Compromise Agreements, Dismissal Before the Termination Date, Return of Company Property after Signing a Compromise Agreement, Signing Compromise Agreements, Termination Date, Warranties, Your Compromise Agreement is a Binding Contract

If you are an employee, your employer  may ask you to give a warranty in your compromise agreement that before the Termination Date you will delete irretrievably any information relating to the business or business contacts of the Employer that you have stored on any magnetic or optical disk or memory of any personal electronic devices, […]

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