About Philip Landau and Landau Law, Solicitors
Philip Landau and the employment law team are known nationally as specialist and
experienced employment lawyers acting for employees and senior executives, both in the City and throughout the UK. We have collectively advised and conducted over 25,000 negotations in all industry sectors.
Employment law is all that we do- we are not a “bolt on team” in a firm that also deals with other areas of law.
Philip Landau has been regularly asked to appear on BBC TV, ITV, Sky News, and local and national radio (including LBC, Talk Radio and Radio 4) as an expert employment solicitor. He has also been quoted many times in national newspapers, and has written blogs on leading websites including The Guardian as their employment law expert. He has further been interviewed many times by foreign media in respect of UK employment law matters.
Philip also provides advice to members of The Institute of Leadership and Management which is the UK’s largest management body, and has been invited to speak at numerous employment law conferences.
We have very high success rate in negotiating favourable settlements with employers, following significant skills built up over 25 years. This is because we have acted solely in this area in all industry sectors day in and day out- and have built a solid reputation in doing so. In short, we know what we are doing. In fact our skills and experience means an amicable resolution with employers can very often be achieved without the issue of proceedings.
If you already have an existing offer which you are not happy with, we will discuss with you what is potentially achievable by way of negotiation and the relevant process. If on the other hand it is necessary to issue proceedings, a constant attempt will still be made to resolve the dispute with your employer at the same time as moving your case forward.
We also advise on all other employment law areas which can be accessed here.
A ‘no win- no fee’ funding arrangement is possible where you wish to either negotiate an exit from scratch, an increase in the offer already made, or where it is necessary to issue proceedings. Full details can be provided.